Labour has reinstated former leader Jeremy Corbyn following his suspension last month, the BBC understands.
He was suspended over his reaction to a report on anti-Semitism within the party, when he said the scale of the problem had been “overstated”.
It is not yet clear whether Mr Corbyn will face further sanctions, following a meeting of Labour’s ruling body.
New leader Sir Keir Starmer has spoken out against anyone who describes anti-Semitism in Labour as “exaggerated”.
But the decision to suspend Mr Corbyn was taken by the party’s general secretary David Evans.
A panel made up of members from the party’s National Executive Committee met on Tuesday to decide whether to take further disciplinary action or to lift his suspension.