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The Labour leader and his chosen few met at the Houses of Parliament in Westminster.
Some believed last week's moves to be somewhat of a "shambles," only furthering divides within the opposition.
But Corbyn says Labour has emerged "stronger, more diverse and more coherent."
Popular names were pulled from the shadow cabinet - such as the curry-loving Michael Dugher, and Pat McFadden.
Others resigned, while Hilary Benn, the foreign secretary, was told to get in line.
But despite obvious tensions, Corbyn looked as measured and focused as always.
Corbyn's eyebrows were throwing shade.
His ruffled, bearded smile appeared to say, "Hello, I'm a very nice guy, but I'm also very much in charge:"