Labour Party reshuffle - latest: Starmer to change top team as MPs return to parliament after summer break
Sir Keir Starmer is expected to freshen up his top team today as MPs return to Westminster following the summer holidays.
The Labour leader looks set to make changes to his shadow cabinet as Sue Gray starts in her new role as his chief of staff.
Angela Rayner, the partys deputy leader, covers several briefs and is expected to have some of her jobs revised.
She could be moved to the levelling up department, replacing Lisa Nandy, who has fallen out of favour with the leaders office.
Rachel Reeves, the shadow chancellor and Yvette Cooper, the shadow home secretary are anticipated to be secure in their respective positions, according to reports.