Sir Keir Starmer has chosen his Shadow Cabinet, after his election as Labour Party leader on Saturday.
Several of our region's MPs are on the move.
Houghton and Sunderland South MP Bridget Phillipson joins Labour's frontbench team as Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury.
She will be the deputy to new Shadow Chancellor Anneliese Dodds.
Before entering politics, Ms Phillipson managed a refuge for women and children affected by domestic violence.
She campaigned for a second EU referendum, and supported Sir Keir during the leadership contest.
Middlesbrough MP Andy McDonald has been moved from the transport brief, to become Shadow Employment Rights and Protections Secretary.
York Central MP Rachael Maskell had been Labour's employment rights spokesperson. She is not part of the new Shadow Cabinet.
On Sunday it was confirmed that Wansbeck MP Ian Lavery had lost his position as chairman of the Labour Party, a role he had held since June 2017.
He is a close ally of Jeremy Corbyn, and had supported Rebecca Long-Bailey's campaign for the leadership.
It is not clear if he was sacked by Sir Keir Starmer, or chose to step down.
Newcastle East MP Nick Brown is continuing as Opposition Chief Whip.
This is a key behind-the-scenes role, with responsibilities including encouraging MPs to vote in line with the party leadership.