Jeremy Corbyn has said that Rosie Winterton, will remain in her role as Labour's chief whip, as he draws up his shadow cabinet.
"Rosie has served our party under consecutive administrations and will be a valuable part of our new team," Mr Corbyn said, whose victory as Labour leader sparked a flurry of resignations within the party.
Ms Winterton, a former aide to John Prescott and a minister under Tony Blair and Gordon Brown, held the chief whip role throughout Ed Miliband's leadership of the party.
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