Labour MP Clive Lewis has been reappointed to the party’s front bench as a shadow Treasury minister.
He was one of 52 MPs to defy Labour Party orders to back the bill in a Parliament vote.
MPs Preet Gill, Jack Dromey and Karen Lee have also been appointed to the shadow team.
Last month, Mr Lewis was cleared of sexual harassment allegations by a party inquiry.
The Norwich South MP had been accused of groping a party supporter at the Labour conference in Brighton last September.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said the front bench was “now a government in waiting”.
“I look forward to working with them in their new roles holding the government to account, developing policy to transform our country and, with their shadow Secretary of States, preparing to form a government that will deliver for the many not the few.”
Both men deny the allegations against them.