Matthew D'Ancona has written a piece for this weeks Spectator which hypes up the leadership plots going in the Labour Party. He's also posted at the CoffeeHouse about it, explaining how Charles Clarke denials don't wash with him anymore.
As some might remember, Charles Clarke and Alan Milburn, prior to Brown's coronation, set up a Blairite website called "The 2020 Vision". They eventually closed it when it fell flat on its face and it was evident Brown would be crowned leader unopposed.
The reason I mention the 2020 Vision site is because, strangely, for a site that has been closed, the domain registrations for both the org.uk and co.uk versions of the domain were renewed on 12th March 2009 for a further two years.
Now it could have been done automagically because someone left their credit card details with the Registrar, but what is odd is that the date it was renewed and paid for seems to be after it had expired, suggesting a manual intervention by someone rather than an automagic process.