Jeremy Corbyn has six MPs doing jobs meant for 12 different people.
At least 84 people have been killed in an attack during a Bastille Day celebration in the French city.
Theresa May has made a series of changes to the cabinet, and a number of women have been appointed to key roles.
Rights Watch UK said the government’s deradicalisation programme should be “repealed and abandoned”.
“It is bullying,” the Labour leadership challenger said as she called for an urgent stop to the behaviour.
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The MP was suspended in April over posts about Israel on Facebook that triggered an anti-Semitism row in the party.
“Corbyn’s suggestion of moral equivalence between Israel and ISIS is outrageous, unacceptable, and a betrayal of global Labour values,” the leader of the Israeli Labour party said.
The justice secretary, who campaigned alongside the former London mayor for Britain to leave the EU, said he will offer “unity and change”.
Conservative peer Sayeeda Warsi said it was crucial for any new leader to unite the country.
The journalist said she hadn’t heard the offensive term in her hometown of Basingstoke for 30 years.
The Labour leader said that if MPs want a change of leadership they should trigger a contest and put the decision to ordinary members.
The Leave campaign won the historic Brexit referendum with 52% of the vote.
“I’m really worried that you cannot see that you have made this all about you and not about them,” the MP for Birmingham Yardley told the Labour leader.
“Victory for freedom,” Marine Le Pen said. “Just as I’ve been calling for years, we must have the same referendum in France and across EU member states.”
The UKIP leader’s choice of words has been criticised in the wake of Jo Cox’s death.
“Suddenly it doesn’t seem so much of an issue. So why all the panic?”
The senior Labour MP has reported the incident to police after being targeted on Twitter.
“She was a politician and she had very strong political views, and I believe she was killed because of those views,” Brendan Cox told the BBC.