This piece was first published in August and has been updated after Corbyn's leadership win
When the Labour leadership race began in June, Jeremy Corbyn struggled to get the 35 nominations from fellow MPs he needed to get on the ballot paper.
Four months on and he has swept to victory with 59.5% of the party's vote.
But who could serve in the Corbyn Shadow Cabinet?
Fellow leadership contenders Liz Kendall and Yvette Cooper have already indicated they wouldn't take up a front bench position, while Andy Burnham has said he would.
There could a be clutch of new faces given high-profile roles as Mr Corbyn seeks to stamp his authority on the Labour top table.