The Staggers 7 October 2011 Shadow cabinet reshuffle: the full list Who is in and who is out in the new Labour cabinet? Sign UpGet the New Statesman\'s Morning Call email. Sign-up After a series of leaks and rumours this morning, Labour has released the full list of the new shadow cabinet. Ed Miliband has moved former ministers with government experience into the appropriate roles. Former schools minister Stephen Twigg is replacing Andy Burnham as shadow education secretary, while Burnham, the former health secretary, will head back to health. As we found out yesterday, however, two former government ministers will be lost from frontbench service. John Denham, formerly shadow business secretary, and John Healey, who was shadow health secretary, both announced that they will stand down, saying they were leaving of their own accord. Denham, who will become Miliband's parliamentary private secretary, also announced he will not stand in the next election. Several members of Labour's new intake were given promotions. And, not to blow our own trumpet, but several of these featured on the New Statesman's 20 under 40 list of rising stars in parliament. These are Chuka Umunna, who is taking over from Healey as shadow minister for business, innovation and skills; Rachel Reeves, who will counter Danny Alexander as shadow chief secretary to the Treasury; and Michael Dugher, who will attend shadow cabinet as the shadow minister without portfolio. Some new MPs missed out -- Stella Creasy and Gloria de Piero were both tipped for roles, but have not made it onto the final list. Here is the full list: Leader of the Labour PartyEd Miliband MP Shadow Deputy Prime Minister, Party Chair and Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and SportHarriet Harman MP Shadow Chancellor of the ExchequerEd Balls MP Shadow Foreign SecretaryDouglas Alexander MP Shadow Home Secretary and Minister for Women and EqualitiesYvette Cooper MP Shadow Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for JusticeSadiq Khan MP Shadow Chief WhipRosie Winterton MP Shadow Secretary of State for HealthAndy Burnham MP Shadow Secretary of State for Education Stephen Twigg MP Shadow Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and SkillsChuka Umunna MP Shadow Secretary of State for DefenceJim Murphy MP Shadow Secretary of State for Communities and Local GovernmentHilary Benn MP Shadow Leader of the House of CommonsAngela Eagle MP Shadow Secretary of State for Energy and Climate ChangeCaroline Flint MP Shadow Chief Secretary to the TreasuryRachel Reeves MP Shadow Minister for London and the OlympicsTessa Jowell MP Shadow Secretary of State for TransportMaria Eagle MP Shadow Secretary of State for Work and Pensions and Policy Review Co-ordinatorLiam Byrne MP Shadow Secretary of State for International DevelopmentIvan Lewis MP Shadow Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural AffairsMary Creagh MP Shadow Minister for the Cabinet Office Jon Trickett MP Labour Party Deputy Chair and Campaign CoordinatorTom Watson MP Shadow Secretary of State for Northern IrelandVernon Coaker MP Shadow Secretary of State for ScotlandMargaret Curran MP Shadow Secretary of State for Wales and Chair of the National Policy ForumPeter Hain MP Shadow Leader of the House of LordsBaroness Royall of Blaisdon Lords Chief Whip Lord Bassam of Brighton Also attending Shadow Cabinet: Shadow Minister for Care and Older PeopleLiz Kendall MP Shadow Minister without Portfolio (Cabinet Office)Michael Dugher MP Shadow Attorney GeneralEmily Thornberry MP Shadow Minister without Portfolio (Cabinet Office)Lord Stewart Wood › US Press: pick of the papers Samira Shackle is a freelance journalist, who tweets @samirashackle. She was formerly a staff writer for the New Statesman. Subscribe For daily analysis & more political coverage from Westminster and beyond subscribe for just £1 per month!