Ed Miliband should consider his future as Labour leader after a "depressing" performance at the general election, ex-foregn secretary Jack Straw has suggested.
Asked if Mr Miliband would have to resign, he told Sky News: "It is for Mr Miliband to make up his mind about his future."
Mr Straw said the party faced "a desperate situation in Scotland and a pretty depressing situation in England and Wales" as David Cameron appeared on the verge of remaining in Number 10.
He added: "My advice to everybody, particularly against what is depressing news, is to take a deep breath, to go to bed and then spend two or three days assessing where we go next."
It was one of the last big Cabinet jobs to be announced but the Prime Minister has chosen to stick with Jeremy Hunt as Health Secretary.
Prime Minister David Cameron has today continued to put together his new cabinet. Here is what the new-look cabinet looks like so far.
David Cameron was unsurprisingly in a great mood as he spoke to journalists before addressing his 331 Conservative MPs today.