The new Labour MP for Manchester Central has taken her seat in the Commons.
Lucy Powell was elected last week with a majority of 9,936 in a by-election called following her predecessor Tony Lloyd's decision to run for police and crime commissioner.
The turnout of 18.16% in the safe Labour seat was reportedly the lowest in a parliamentary by-election since the Second World War.
Mancunian Ms Powell served as Ed Miliband's deputy chief of staff and ran his campaign to become leader of the Labour Party
The winner of the Manchester by-election will take her seat in parliament later.
Lucy Powell, who's the new MP for Manchester Central, will be sworn into the House of Commons. She's the first female Member of Parliament for Manchester - home of the women's suffrage movement.