John McDonnell, the No. 2 figure in the U.K.’s Labour Party, said Saturday he won’t be part of the next shadow cabinet under a new party leader.
“We’ll all go now,” McDonnell, the shadow chancellor, told Sky News, noting it would be up to Jeremy Corbyn’s successor to appoint a new top team. “I won’t part of that shadow cabinet,” he added. “I’ve done my bit. We need to move on at that stage with that new leader.”