Voters in Luciana Berger's Liverpool constituency gave a mixed response to her resignation amid misgivings at the current leadership of the Labour Party.
In a random selection of local voters in her Wavertree constituency, many could not name her, but recognised her name, and all appeared to be aware of the accusations of anti-Semitism within the Labour Party.
She has been an outspoken critic of Labour's leadership, and of Jeremy Corbyn over his handling of anti-Semitism and his Brexit position.
Her stance on alleged hatred towards Jewish people has seen her face a torrent of abuse from online trolls and she required a police escort at last year's Labour Party conference.
But most voters in Wavertree appeared more concerned with immigration issues locally than machinations in the "Westminster Bubble".
Ian Green, wearing a Glasgow Rangers bobble hat and a regular at the Rose Vaults pub on Wavertree High Street, said:
Ann Baker added:
Colette Basley, a volunteer at the local Cat's Protection charity shop said she had voted Labour in the past but not now as it was full of "brainwashed students".
Steve Prendgast, 64, who said he was a life-long Labour voter, said:
Pensioner Monica Kavanagh, said she was a Labour voter and the anti-Semitism her MP had suffered was "disgusting" but she would still vote Labour over any independent.