Labour has sacked its shadow work and pensions secretary following an investigation into workplace bullying.
Debbie Abrahams had previously taken time away from her role as a party inquiry took place.
At the time, Labour described the allegations against Ms Abrahams as an employment issue.
Meanwhile, Ms Abrahams said she had not agreed to stand aside and claimed she was a victim of a bullying culture of the worst kind.
The Oldham East and Saddleworth MP has now been removed from the front bench, a party spokesman said.
In a statement, Labour said: After a thorough party investigation into allegations of workplace bullying, Debbie Abrahams has been referred to the NEC disputes committee.
She has been relieved of her post as shadow work and pensions secretary.
In response, Ms Abrahams said she did not accept the claims against her.
She said: I strongly refute the allegations of bullying made against me. I believe the investigation was not thorough, fair or independent.
I will continue to represent the people of Oldham East and Saddleworth, and to hold this Government to account, from the back benches.