David Cairns has resigned. Of course, with a junior minister, a Labour vice-chair, and a former Home Office Minister asking for them, Labour's National Executive Committee has rejected calls to send nomination papers out to MPs.
John Hutton, on Andrew Marr this past Sunday, kept repeating that Gordon Brown had been elected leader.
Brown gathered the requisite signatures to run for leader, and then kept hoovering up MPs until no one else could mathematically gather enough nominees to run against him. The Labour Party didn't want an internal debate about where to go after 10 years of Blair, and now, they're paying the price.