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Shadow ministers walk out in wake of Labour reshuffle

Three shadow ministers have resigned from their positions in the wake of Jeremy Corbyn's first reshuffle as Labour leader.

Shadow rail minister Jonathan Reynolds and shadow foreign affairs minister Stephen Doughty both stood down after expressing dismay at the treatment of colleague Pat McFadden, who was sacked as shadow Europe minister.

Later, Kevan Jones, shadow minister for the armed forces, resigned citing differences with the leader over the Trident nuclear deterrent.

Emily Thornberry, who opposes renewal of the programme, had been appointed to replace Maria Eagle overnight.

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More than 30 hours of suspense over Labour reshuffle

For more than 30 hours the Labour Party has been in suspense over Jeremy Corbyn's reshuffle.

Former shadow culture secretary Michael Dugher has been "sacked" from his post, but he said he said he did not regret his "straight talking" style.

ITV News Political Correspondent Libby Wiener reports:

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