Kevan Jones
Kevan Jones has resigned as Shadow Armed Forces minister as fallout from the Labour reshuffle continues

Shadow Armed Forces minister Kevan Jones has quit Labour's front bench due to a disagreement with Jeremy Corbyn over the UK's use of Trident. The North Durham MP announced he is to stand down from his position as he believes the country should maintain a "minimum credible nuclear deterrent".

Jones is the latest Labour MP to resign in the wake of the cabinet reshuffle following the resignations of rail minster Jonathan Reynolds and foreign office minister Stephen Doughty.

Read Jones's resignation letter in full: