There were fears it would never start, and then that it would never end, but this week Jeremy Corbyn carried out his first reshuffle as Labour leader.
Out went Shadow Culture, Media and Sport Secretary Michael Dugher and Shadow Europe Minister Pat McFadden, while Shadow Defence Secretary Maria Eagle was shunted out to fill the Culture vacancy.
Amid all the reshuffle kerfuffle, Mr Corbyn delivered a decent performance in Prime Minister’s Questions. He pinned down the Prime Minister on flood defence spending and quizzed him over relief projects that hadn’t been given the green light.
The Prime Minister hit back with some Shakespeare puns.
David Cameron had some news for his own Cabinet this week – namely that they won’t be constrained by collective responsibility in the EU Referendum campaign.
This week’s Commons People also finally answers that all important question: How long would it take to watch all the James Bond films back-to-back?