More than a dozen newly-elected Labour MPs have been elected by their colleagues to serve on Commons select committees.
Four of them were elected to the business, innovation and skill committee - Jack Dromey, Chi Onwurah, Rachel Reeves and Luciana Berger.
Three new Labour women, Kate Green, Maragret Curran and Shabana Mahmood, join Karen Buck on the work and pensions committee.
Emma Reynolds has been elected to the foreign affairs committee, John Woodcock to the defence committee, Bridget Phillipson to the home affairs committee, Chuka Umunna to the treasury committee and Lillian Greenwood to the transport committee.
Anas Sarwar has been elected to serve on the international development committee.
The turnout among Labour's 257 MPs was 90 per cent.
There are still vacancies on the health, justice, public administration, environment, food and rural affairs, environmental audit, Welsh affairs and science and technology committees.
The full list of elected committee members will be announced next Wednesday.
BIS – Luciana Berger, Jack Dromey, Chi Onwurah, Rachel Reeves.
CULTURE, MEDIA AND SPORT – David Cairns, Paul Farrelly, Alan Keen, Jim Sheridan, Tom Watson.
DEFENCE – David Hamilton, Madeleine Moon, Alison Seabeck, Gisela Stuart, John Woodcock.
FOREIGN AFFAIRS – Ann Clwyd, Mike Gapes, Emma Reynolds, Frank Roy, David Watts.
HOME AFFAIRS – Steve McCabe, Alun Michael, Bridget Phillipson, David Winnick.
INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT – Hugh Bayley, Russell Brown, Richard Burden, Ann McKechin, Anas Sarwar.
TRANSPORT – Lilian Greenwood, Tom Harris, Kelvin Hopkins, Angela Smith.
TREASURY – John Cryer, Andy Love, John Mann, George Mudie, Chuka Umunna.
WORK AND PENSIONS – Karen Buck, Margaret Curran, Kate Green, Shabana Mahmood.
ENVIRONMENT, FOOD AND RURAL AFFAIRS – five vacancies remain.
ENVIRONMENTAL AUDIT – three vacancies remain.
HEALTH – one vacancy remains.
JUSTICE – two vacancies remain.
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION – four vacancies remain.
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY – three vacancies remain..
WELSH AFFAIRS – five vacancies remain.