Angela Rayner has been named shadow pensions minister by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
The MP for Ashton-under-Lyne was elected in May 2015 and will work under the shadow secretary of state for pensions Owen Smith who was appointed in September last year.
She replaces Nick Thomas-Symonds who has become shadow employment minister.
Rayner (pictured above) said: "With a growing elderly population, the future for pensioners must be at the top of Labour's agenda in opposition, so that we develop successful, realistic policies for the next general election.
"I will be working hard to make sure that we can offer our pensioners the dignity and security they deserve in retirement."
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