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Nick Smith has become the latest Welsh MP to resign from his position on the Labour front bench.
The Blaenau Gwent MP said in his resignation letter that he was "afraid for the future" of Labour with Jeremy Corbyn as leader.
Corbyn has seen mass resignations from the front bench in recent days, including a number of Welsh MPs.
But he has refused to resign as Labour leader, despite the party's MPs overwhelmingly backing a vote of no confidence.
A total of 172 MPs said they had no confidence in Corbyn compared to 40 who backed him.
Corbyn has remained defiant, saying the ballot had "no constitutional legitimacy" and he would "not betray" the party members who elected him by resigning.
The latest Labour MP to resign as a shadow minister is Nick Thomas-Symonds who represents Torfaen.
The Shadow Employment Minister said the decision was made with "enormous regret".
Shadow Welsh Secretary Nia Griffith has become the latest MP to resign from Jeremy Corbyn's shadow cabinet.
Senior Labour MP Chris Bryant says he suspects that Jeremy Corbyn voted for Brexit after the party leader declined to tell him which way he cast his ballot.
Chris Bryant said he posed the question directly as he warned Mr Corbyn he would "destroy" the party unless he stepped aside and did not seek re-election, but received no answer.
Welsh MP Owen Smith has resigned as Shadow Secretary for Work & Pensions and told Jeremy Corbyn that deputy Labour leader Tom Watson should take over in a caretaker role.
This follows the earlier resignations of Chris Bryant, Stephen Kinnock and Wayne David.
Labour MP for Caerphilly Wayne David has quit his party's front bench calling on Jeremy Corbyn to quite as leader.
Wayne David says Corbyn’s lack of enthusiasm for Labour’s Referendum campaign and his response to the Referendum result has highlighted Mr Corbyn’s inability to be an effective Leader.
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The appointment of 81 year old Paul Flynn as Shadow Welsh Secretary has been welcomed by senior Conservative backbencher David Davies.
Newport West MP Paul Flynn appeared on the Labour frontbench and called for "all-octogenarian" shortlists so there'd be more MPs like him.