Halifax MP Holly Lynch has resigned as a Labour whip following the sacking of chief whip Rosie Winterton in Jeremy Corbyn's frontbench reshuffle.
Winterton, the MP for Doncaster Central, was dismissed after six years of service last week.
Doncaster MP Rosie Winterton has lost her job in Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn's latest reshuffle.
The 58-year-old, who was born in Leicester and went to university in Hull, has been Doncaster Central MP since 1997.
She has now been sacked after six years as Labour chief whip and replaced by Nick Brown, the MP for Newcastle East.
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Angela Eagle has confirmed she has put in the paperwork to begin her bid to challenge and replace Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader.
Speaking outside her home in London, she told reporters she was "very much looking forward" to launching her campaign later today.
A Bridlington born MP is to officially launch her opposition to Jeremy Corbyn's leadership of the Labour Party today.
Former Shadow Business Secretary, Angela Eagle, says she wants to unite the party.
Mr Corbyn said he was disappointed over the leadership bid.
Shadow health secretary Diane Abbott has told ITV's Good Morning Britain that Angela Eagle's support for the Iraq invasion and an increase in tuition fees show she is the "Empire Strikes Back" candidate against Jeremy Corbyn.
The Corbyn-supporting Abbott said her party's embattled leader must be on any leadership ballot as she played down talk of splits within the party and reports of political "Armageddon".
She joined Daily Mirror associate editor Kevin McGuire in doubting Eagle's success in a race with Mr Corbyn as the pair were questioned about the stature of a challenger who came fourth in a previous race for Labour's deputy leadership.
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Ed Balls has told Peston on Sunday that Angela Eagle's leadership bid is "essential" as Jeremy Corbyn "can't do the job".
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The former shadow chancellor said no one believed Corbyn could ever become prime minister.
"Frankly there is no message at all coming from Labour in the last two weeks about what the solutions to these big problems are," he told Robert Peston.
"There's got to be a change. It's not just necessary for Labour, I think it's necessary for the whole country.
"We need a strong opposition which believes it can form the next government and I'm afraid nobody thinks Jeremy Corbyn is going to be the prime minister of our country."
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The MP for Scunthorpe Nic Dakin has resigned from the Labour Front Bench after "further failure of leadership" from Jeremy Corbyn at today's PLP meeting.
After further failure of leadership from Jeremy at today's PLP I have resigned from Labour Front Bench https://t.co/DsmxfhvLBK