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Sir Keir Starmer has wasted no time putting his own stamp on the Labour Party. Such titans of the Corbyn era as Barry Gardiner and Richard Burgon have been ‘stood down’, creating space for his new-look top team.

Below is the full list of shadow positions from Labour’s website:

  • Leader of the Opposition – Keir Starmer
  • Deputy Leader – Angela Rayner
  • Treasury – Anneliese Dodds
  • Foreign Office – Lisa Nandy
  • Home Office – Nick Thomas-Symonds
  • Duchy of Lancaster – Rachel Reeves
  • Justice – David Lammy
  • Defence – John Healey
  • Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy – Ed Miliband
  • International Trade – Emily Thornberry
  • Work & Pensions – Jonathan Reynolds
  • Health & Social Care – Jonathan Ashworth
  • Education – Rebecca Long-Bailey
  • DCMS – Jo Stevens
  • Chief Secretary – Bridget Phillipson
  • DEFRA – Luke Pollard
  • Communities & Local Government – Steve Reed
  • Housing – Thangam Debbonaire
  • Transport – Jim McMahon
  • International Development – Preet Kaur Gill
  • Northern Ireland – Louise Haigh
  • Scotland – Ian Murray
  • Wales – Nia Griffith
  • Women & Equalities – Marsha de Cordova
  • Employment Rights & Protections – Andy McDonald
  • Mental Health – Rosena Allin-Khan
  • Young People & Voter Engagement – Cat Smith
  • Attorney General – Lord Falconer
  • Leader of the House – Valerie Vaz
  • Chief Whip – Nick Brown
  • Lords’ Chief Whip – Lord McAvoy
  • Leader of the House of Lords – Baroness Smith

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