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Deputy Labour leader Tom Watson has said he is "extremely disappointed" that Hilary Benn has been sacked by Jeremy Corbyn.
He added that he was "equally saddened" by the resignation of eight members of the shadow cabinet on Sunday.
Mr Watson said his focus was to "hold the Labour Party together in very turbulent times", and added that he will meet Jeremy Corbyn on Monday to discuss the "way forward".
Jeremy Corbyn's Shadow Northern Ireland secretary Vernon Coaker said he is considering joining mass defections from the cabinet.
"All of us are going to have to consider the positions that we hold and the best way forward for our party," he told the BBC's Sunday Politics East Midlands.
It came as Pat McFadden, who was sacked by Mr Corbyn from the shadow cabinet earlier this year for disloyalty, said the leader was "losing the confidence of those who are working most closely with him".
He expressed fears that a split may leave the party unable to effectively take on the Conservatives if a snap general election is called, in comments to Sky's Murngahan show.
The MP for Nottingham South Lilian Greenwood has stepped down from her role as shadow transport secretary over Jeremy Corbyn's leadership.
The MP for Ashfield Gloria de Piero has stepped down from her role as shadow minister for young people & voter voter registration over Jeremy Corbyn's leadership.
She joins former health secretary Heidi Alexander in stepping down.
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Toby Perkins, the MP for Chesterfield, has resigned as shadow armed forces minister saying the Labour Party "needs a change at the top".
He said he will stand for leader again if a fresh contest is held amid growing calls for him to stand down within the party.