Who are the Labour rebels?
Today's newspapers are filled will reports of a coordinated coup against the prime minister as more Labour MPs emerge from the woodwork to demand that Gordon Brown faces a leadership contest.
Barry Gardiner, a special envoy to Brown, used a Sunday Times article to call for a leadership contest because "the public had stopped listening to Gordon Brown".
Greg Pope, who just last year nominated Brown for the leadership, told the Sunday Times today: "We can't go on like this ... Party members need to have a say."
Frank Field and Jim Dowd
The Sunday Times also named Frank Field and Jim Dowd as being among those to have written to Labour chiefs demanding that leadership nominations papers be issued before the annual party conference starts in Manchester next weekend.
John McDonnell and Gordon Prentice
In addition, former cabinet minister Charles Clarke can probably be counted as one of the rebels, having told Gordon Brown last week that he had just months to improve his performance or he would face demands for his resignation.
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