Labour Friends of Israel has increased its number of vice-chairs to 11 - with six new MPs announced in the role.
The incoming MPs are Rosie Cooper, Chris Evans , Dame Diana Johnson, Peter Kyle, Conor McGinn and Catherine McKinnell.
They join Labour parliamentary colleagues Sharon Hodgson, Pat McFadden, Rachel Reeves, Jonathan Reynolds and John Spellar.
LFI’s chair Steve McCabe MP said: “I’m delighted to welcome my colleagues as new LFI vice-chairs. Together with our existing group of LFI officers, they demonstrate the widespread support for LFI that exists across the Labour party.
“The LFI officers group represents a wide-range of parliamentarians, united by our support for Israel and a two-state solution. I look forward to working with our new vice-chairs – and all our supporters in Parliament – to continue to oppose antisemitism and stand up for Israel.”