In part two of our look back at Jeremy Corbyn's leadership we find the Labour leader struggling on two fronts. The lifelong Eurosceptic is trapped in an overwhelmingly pro-EU party as the referendum looms. The party adopts a Remain position, but MPs are free to campaign for either side. A handful back Leave, but it's Corbyn's lack of enthusiasm for Remain that raises eyebrows. When the referendum is lost, Corbyn is slammed and the following week he is subject to a humiliating vote of no confidence by MPs. A leadership challenge follows, but he easily defeats challenger Owen Smith. Corbyn's Momentum footsoldiers embark on a long-term mission to gain control of the party and purge his critics.
06.01.16 - The first of many reshuffles is a disaster as three frontbenchers resign in protest at the removal of Pat McFadden for 'disloyalty'. McFadden had previously criticised Corbyn's response to Islamist terror attacks.
11.01.16 - Corbyn's Twitter account is hacked and various foul-mouthed tweets are posted, but the most famous remains the 'pie tweet'.
18.01.16 - Corbyn proposes non-nuclear submarines, a policy ridiculed in Christian Adams' cartoon in the Evening Standard
25.01.16 - Corbyn is chaperoned around a migrant camp by an open borders activist
02.02.16 - Corbyn takes a pop at scruffy parents
09.04.16 - The battle between Blairism and Corbynism continues
01.05.16 - Anti-Semitism begins to rear its head and Ken Livingstone is suspended
06.05.16 - There was no Corbyn surge in the local elections, the party failed to win a majority in the Welsh Assembly and there was a disastrous result in the Scottish Parliament election. Labour shrunk even further behind the SNP and humiliatingly finished third, behind the Conservatives.
27.06.16 - We'll never know whether he did or not
28.06.16 - After Remain lost, MPs took revenge on Corbyn for his lacklustre effort and humiliated him in a vote of no confidence
11.07.16 - There were lots of famous resignations around this time and Corbyn was under immense pressure to follow suit
02.08.16 - Kez and Jez. The Scottish Labour leader was another critic of Corbyn.
11.08.16 - It emerges that official Corbyn and Momentum t-shirts are made in Bangladeshi sweatshops
17.08.16 - The 'traingate' scandal. Corbyn is mocked far and wide after he falsely claims the train carriage was 'ram-packed'.
07.09.16 - UB40 back Corbyn. Well, some of them anyway.
24.09.16 - Corbyn romps home, but not everyone's impressed
09.10.16 - Corbyn's latest reshuffle is mocked as a north London clique
19.10.16 - Yvette Cooper never did take in any of the migrants she promised
25.10.16 - As the French begin to clear the so-called 'Calais jungle', Corbyn is there to promote the migrant cause
TOMORROW: 2017, a surprise election and a surprise result.