Thousands of people have marched on London's Parliament Square to show support for Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn after a string of resignations from key shadow cabinet members.
The "#KeepCorbyn, Build our movement" event was organised on Facebook by left-wing activist group Momentum, with over 9,000 people registering as interested or attending.
-- MOMENTUM WF (@MomentumWF) June 27, 2016
The event's details section reads: "The future is uncertain. We face a Tory Brexit, Cameron has resigned and we are likely to have a general election in the coming months with the potential of Britain lurching yet further to the right.
A small number of Labour MPs are using this as an opportunity to oust Jeremy, disrespect the Labour membership who elected him and disregard our movement for a new kind of politics."
Huge crowds were seen gathering at the event, reportedly chanting pro-Corbyn slogans.
-- Musab (@musab_ys) June 27, 2016
-- Rachael (@Rachael_Swindon) June 27, 2016
Parliament Square looked full of protesters waving placards and banners.
-- London Labour Left (@LondonLabLeft) June 27, 2016
Photos from the scene suggest that the turnout was so large, people also filled the surrounding streets.
-- Jennie Formby (@JennieUnite) June 27, 2016
Scheduled speakers at the event include MPs Angela Rayner, Diane Abbott, Rebecca Long-Bailey and John McDonnell.
RT dats: Diane Abbott's here to show her support too. pic.twitter.com/Oi1vIs5ySH
-- Stuart Thomson (@Redpolitics) June 27, 2016
Jeremy Corbyn has appointed a raft of new members to his shadow cabinet following the resignations.