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Jeremy Corbyn's new shadow cabinet met for the first time on Tuesday, following a prolonged reshuffle which took over one week to complete.
The Labour leader's raised eyebrow in the face of the cameras documenting the meeting amused political reporters on Twitter.
Such a poser: pic.twitter.com/nHGJWXkgA8— Matt Dathan (@matt_dathan) January 12, 2016
'No Mr Bond, I expect you to die.' pic.twitter.com/XHMJyv4QWN— Ned Simons (@nedsimons) January 12, 2016
"Remember when I called Davey Cameron a pie? That's some straight-talking politics for you." pic.twitter.com/G3C5Tqrgew— Asa Bennett (@asabenn) January 12, 2016
Corbyn's reshuffle saw Michael Dugher replaced as shadow culture secretary by Maria Eagle, while Eagle was replaced as shadow defence secretary by Emily Thornberry.
Yesterday Corbyn was forced to replace Catherine McKinnell as shadow attorney general with Karl Turner, after McKinnell quit the frontbench over the "negative" direction the party was taking.