Updated – Full list of Labour MPs who quit and then came back to the frontbench


Updated at 8.45am Wednesday after fresh wave of appointments.

Sir Keir Starmer – shadow Brexit Secretary.

Nia Griffith – shadow Defence Secretary.

John Healey – shadow Housing Secretary.

Barbara Keeley – shadow minister for mental health and social care.

Andrew Gwynne – shadow minister without portfolio.

Thangam Debbonaire – whip.

Wayne David – shadow defence minister.

Sarah Champion – shadow minister for women and equalities.

Christina Rees – shadow justice minister.

Fabian Hamilton – shadow foreign minister (also in the shadow defence team).

Liz McInnes – shadow foreign minister.

Mike Kane – shadow schools minister.

Alan Whitehead – shadow energy and climate change minister.

Mary Glindon – shadow farming minister.

Gerald Jones – shadow Wales minister.

Chris Matheson – PPS to shadow environment secretary Rachael Maskell.

Jack Dromey – shadow labour minister.

Pat Glass – shadow transport minister.

Emma Lewell-Buck – shadow minister for children and families.

Sharon Hodgson – shadow public health minister.

Roberta Blackman-Woods – shadow local government and housing minister.

Kevin Brennan – shadow minister for arts and heritage and deputy shadow Culture Secretary.

Jenny Chapman – shadow Brexit minister.

Matthew Pennycook – shadow Brexit minister.

Nick Thomas-Symonds – shadow solicitor general.

Paula Sheriff – shadow women and equalities minister.

Richard Burden – shadow transport minister.

Lyn Brown – shadow home office minister.

Nick Smith – opposition whip.

Karl Turner – opposition whip.

Nic Dakin – opposition whip.

Steve Reed – shadow minister for civil society.

Andy Slaughter – shadow minister for housing and shadow minister for London.

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