It was a reshuffle already mired in confusion and controversy – with even Sir Keir Starmer’s deputy left in the dark.
Now the Labour leader has been accused of heading up a ‘hardcore’ Remain frontbench team after promoting prominent pro-Europeans.
One of his new top team even called on the country to ‘stop this madness’ and branded Brexit a ‘nightmare’ following the vote in 2016.
On Monday, Sir Keir made David Lammy his Shadow Foreign Secretary, even though he wanted Parliament to overturn the result of the referendum.
Labour Leader Sir Keir Starmer (pictured with his deputy Angela Rayner) has been accused of heading up a 'hardcore' Remain frontbench after promoting prominent pro-Europeans
Reports suggest that Ms Rayner (pictured with Sir Keir Starmer) found out about the shake-up just over an hour before she was due to deliver a major speech on Westminster sleaze
Yvette Cooper, the new Shadow Home Secretary, was a prominent Remain supporter – even though her Pontefract constituency voted Leave.
Bridget Phillipson, who gets the shadow education job, was one of the first Labour MPs to call for a ‘People’s Vote’ on the Brexit deal.
Wes Streeting, who has been promoted to health spokesman, also supported this idea.
Rachel Reeves, who stayed in her role as Shadow Chancellor, backed Remain but her constituency – Leeds West – voted Leave.
Sir Keir, who was shadow Brexit secretary under Jeremy Corbyn, has claimed Labour will ‘make Brexit work’.
However, he is known to be an ardent Remainer who was instrumental in pushing his Eurosceptic former leader into pledging a second referendum.
A Tory source said: ‘With this hardcore Remain Shadow Cabinet, it would be no surprise to see Labour calling for a second referendum again.
‘It seems the only one of his ten leadership pledges Starmer will actually keep to is campaigning for free movement with the EU.’
Lisa Nandy, who will shadow Gove in his levelling up department, denied Labour is moving to the Right of the political spectrum – saying it was instead targeting the North of the country
Just two days after the Brexit vote, Mr Lammy tweeted: ‘Wake up. We do not have to do this. We can stop this madness and bring this nightmare to an end through a vote in Parliament.
‘The referendum was an advisory, non-binding referendum. The Leave campaign’s platform has already unravelled and