Labour List has provided the full centrist slate for the upcoming NEC elections, as endorsed by Labour First and Progress. https://labourlist.org/2018/03/progress-and-labour-first-reveal-nec-slate/
Jon Lansman, Yasmine Dar, and Rachel Garnham have won places on Labour's NEC. Jon Lansmann, Momentum founder, has already started talking of pushing for widespread change within the party. https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2018/jan/15/momentum-backed-candidates-elected-labour-national-executive-committee
1,047 members of Labour International (28% turnout) have cast their ballots with regards to their candidates for the upcoming NEC elections. The results are as follows: Jon Lansman: 565 Eddie Izzard: 561 Yasmin Dar: 522 Gurinder Singh Josan: 449 Rachel Garnham: 448 Johanna Baxter: 334 The Labour List report can be found here.
A series of rule changes were agreed yesterday that seem to have handed control of the Labour Party to the left leaning membership http://www.newstatesman.com/politics/staggers/2017/09/jeremy-corbyn-secures-big-victory-labours-national-executive-
After a while spent debating the issue the NEC has now confirmed that candidates will be selected locally. https://labourlist.org/2017/07/its-official-local-parties-will-select-their-own-candidates-for-next-election-says-nec/
Peter Willsman reports from July's NEC executive for Left Futures http://www.leftfutures.org/2017/07/peter-willsman-reports-from-labours-july-executive/#more-49041