Alan Johnson has been appointed shadow chancellor, beating favourite Ed Balls and Yvette Cooper to the post.
An MP since 1997, Johnson has previously been home secretary, secretary of state for health, secretary of state for education and skills, secretary of state for trade and industry and secretary of state for work and pensions.
Former international secretary Douglas Alexander has been appointed shadow secretary of state for work and pensions, while John Denham has secured the post of shadow secretary of state for business, innovation and skills.
Meanwhile, Miliband's fellow leadership contenders Ed Balls and Andy Burnham have been given the shadow home secretary and education secretary positions respectively.
Miliband says: "I am delighted with my new shadow cabinet, drawn from a broad range of talents across our party.
"My team is united in one central mission for the future - to win back the trust of the British people and take Labour back to power."
For the full list of Miliband's new cabinet, click HERE.
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