Ed Miliband has hinted he would like to return to the Labour frontbench at some point in the future, as Jeremy Corbyn carries out his latest reshuffle.
The former Labour leader told the BBC this morning he “wasn’t invited formally” to return to the shadow cabinet. And said it was better for him to “serve on the backbenches” for the time being.
However asked if this meant he ruled out a return to the frontline, Miliband said: “No it doesn’t mean that. It means at the moment I am happy doing what I am doing.”
Before Corbyn was re-elected Labour leader last month, Miliband said he should resign as his position was “untenable”.