Jeremy Corbyn is expected to press ahead with a controversial reshuffle of his shadow cabinet, amid warnings that the Labour arty “is a broad church, not a religious cult”.
Corbyn reportedly spent Sunday with his team preparing a reorganisation to be announced in the coming days. He is expected to offer the shadow foreign secretary, Hilary Benn, and the shadow defence secretary, Maria Eagle, a move to other posts in a reshuffle aimed at ensuring that his top team is united on foreign and defence policy.
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