Doncaster MP Caroline Flint has been defeated in her bid for the deputy leadership of the Labour Party.
The Don Valley MP made the third round vote, but came third in that ballot behind Tom Watson and Stella Creasy.
Here is the full breakdown of the vote for both the leader, and deputy leader.
Voting in election for Labour’s candidate for leader:
Eligible voters 554,272. A total of 422,664 votes were cast, of which 207 were spoilt.
Jeremy Corbyn 251,417 (59.5%) - of those, 121,751 were from members, 88,449 were from registered supporters and 41,217 were from affiliated supporters
Yvette Cooper 71,928 (17%) - of those, 54,470 were from members, 8,415 were from registered supporters and 9,043 from affiliated supporters
Andy Burnham 80,462 (19%) - of those, 55,698 were from members, 6,160 were from registered supporters and 18,604 were from affiliated supporters
Liz Kendall 18,857 (4.5%) - of those, 13,601 were from members, 2,574 were from registered supporters and 2,682 were from affiliated supporters
Jeremy Corbyn is elected leader in the first round
Voting in election for Labour’s candidate for deputy leader
Eligible voters 554,272. A total of 408,470 votes were cast, of which 374 were spoilt.
Ben Bradshaw 39,080 (9.6%), Caroline Flint 64,425 (15.8%), Stella Creasy 78,100 (19.1%), Tom Watson 160,852 (39.4%), Angela Eagle 66,013 (16.2%)
Mr Bradshaw eliminated and his vote redistributed
Caroline Flint 74,581 (18.4%), Stella Creasy 86,555 (21.4%), Tom Watson 170,589 (42.2%), Angela Eagle 72,517 (17.9%)
Ms Eagle is eliminated and her votes are redistributed
Caroline Flint 89,538 (22.8%), Stella Creasy 103,746 (26.4%), Tom Watson 198,962 (50.7%)
Tom Watson is elected deputy leader