Labour has announced its new shadow cabinet following the loss of several high-profile names in the wake of the general election.
Harriet Harman, acting leader of the party following Ed Miliband's resignation, has appointed Chris Leslie to replace Ed Balls as the shadow chancellor of the exchequer after Balls lost his seat in the general election, while Hilary Benn has been promoted to shadow foreign secretary to replace Douglas Alexander.
Leadership contenders Yvette Cooper, Andy Burnham, Chuka Umunna and Tristram Hunt remain in their posts of shadow home secretary, shadow health secretary, shadow business secretary and shadow education secretary respectively.
Ian Murray, the party's only Scottish MP left following an SNP landslide in the election, becomes shadow Scottish secretary.
Elsewhere, Lord Falconer – who was Labour's Lord chancellor under Tony Blair – looks set to reprise his role he as becomes shadow lord chancellor as well as shadow secretary of state for justice.
Falconer replaces Sadiq Kahn, who has left the shadow cabinet in what is believed to be an indication of his intention to be the Labour candidate for mayor of London.
Rachel Reeves holds on to her role as shadow work and pensions secretary, with both Vernon Coaker and Caroline Flint keeping their role as shadow defence secretary and shadow energy secretary.
Harman will be replaced by Chris Bryant as the party's deputy leader following her announce she will step down when a new leader gets announced.
Labour peer Lord Sugar also announced he is quitting the party because of its "negative business policies" as the new shadow cabinet was getting announced.
Labour's new shadow cabinet
Leader of the opposition and acting leader of the Labour Party
Shadow chancellor of the exchequer
Shadow foreign secretary
Shadow home secretary
Shadow lord chancellor, shadow secretary of state for justice
Lord Falconer of Thoroton
Opposition chief whip
Shadow secretary of state for health
Shadow secretary of state for business, innovation and skills
Shadow secretary of state for work and pensions
Shadow secretary of state for education
Shadow secretary of state for defence
Shadow secretary of state for communities and local government
Shadow secretary of state for energy and climate change
Shadow leader of the house of commons and chair of the National Policy Forum
Shadow secretary of state for transport
Shadow secretary of state for Northern Ireland
Shadow secretary of state for international development
Shadow secretary of state for Scotland
Shadow secretary of state for Wales
Shadow secretary of state for environment, food and rural affairs
Shadow minister for the Cabinet Office
Shadow minister without portfolio and deputy party chair
Shadow minister for women and equalities
Gloria De Piero
Shadow secretary of state for culture, media and sport
Shadow chief secretary to the treasury
Shadow leader of the House of Lords
Baroness Royall of Blaisdon
Lords chief whip
Lord Bassam of Brighton
Also attending shadow cabinet
Shadow minister for care and older people
Shadow attorney general