The Labour leader announced 21 new shadow appointments, including 10 MPs who previously walked out in protest at his leadership.Read the full story ›
Labour whips Conor McGinn and Holly Lynch have resigned.
Their decision to stand aside follows the sacking of chief whip Rosie Winterton, who was dismissed in Jeremy Corbyn's controversial frontbench shakeup.
Chairman of the parliamentary party, John Cryer, issued an angry letter to MPs saying he had been kept in the dark about the changes.Read the full story ›
Rosie Winterton, Labour's Chief Whip for six years, has been sacked by party leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Corbyn thanked Winterton for her "exceptional service" as he announced that Newcastle MP Nick Brown had taken over the role.
"[Rosie Winterton] has played an outstanding role in her support for me as leader and for the Labour Party as a whole," Corbyn said.
Rosie Winterton - who stuck with Jeremy Corbyn & planned his Shadow Cabinet in 2015 - has been sacked by the Labour leader in the last hour
Jackie Walker has been removed as vice-chair of Momentum after making controversial comments about anti-Semitism at a party training event.Read the full story ›
Jackie Walker, vice-chair of the pro-Corbyn group Momentum, was suspended over comments shown on a leaked video.Read the full story ›
Jeremy Corbyn mounted a robust defence of immigration at the annual Labour conference, saying his party would not aim to cut migrant numbers if elected to government.
But this stance is unlikely to win back support from disenchanted voters in Crewe and Nantwich - a constituency which was once solidly Labour, but is now Conservative, and voted to leave the EU.
ITV News Political Correspondent Carl Dinnen reports: