Labour reshuffle: Who's in and who's out?

As of late on Thursday these are the MPs who have been promoted and sacked

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Labour’s reshuffle is expected to continue into Friday, but as of late on Thursday here’s a summary who’s in, out, and moved.

Who is in?

Shami Chakrabarti

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(BBC/PA)

The new shadow Attorney General. She was only made a peer earlier this by Jerermy Corbyn in David Cameron’s resignation honours.

Dawn Butler

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The new shadow minister for black people and ethnic minorities. She was on the backbenches before, but had briefly been a minister before under Gordon Brown.

Keir Starmer

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 (PA)

The new shadow Brexit Secretary. A new additional to the front bench, he was formerly Director of Public Prosecutions at the CPS before becoming an MP in 2015.

Nick Brown

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(Getty Images)

The new Labour Chief Whip. He did the job under Tony Blair.

Jonathan Reynolds

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(Getty Images)

The new shadow Economic Secretary to the Treasury. He previously resigned from Corbyn’s front bench over the sacking of Pat McFadden.

Nia Griffith

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(House of Commons)

The new shadow Defence Secretary, she previously served as shadow Welsh Secretary but resigned in June after the EU referendum.

Who’s moved?

Diane Abbott

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(EPA)

The new shadow Home Secretary, previously shadow Health Secretary.

Sarah Champion

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(Getty Images)

The new shadow Equalities Minister, previously shadow minister for preventing abuse. She notably ‘unresigned’ during the leadership election.

Jo Stevens

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The new shadow Welsh Secretary, previously shadow Solicitor General.

Clive Lewis

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(EPA)

The new shadow Business Secretary, moved from shadow defence brief.

Who is out?

Rosie Winterton

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(AFP/Getty)

Formerly the Chief Whip, she was apparently sacked. 

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