Deputy Leadership stats
Omar has provided jpegs of the newly published list of who each MP voted for in the Deputy Leadership election:
it all seems a long time ago now, but this is a fascinating picture of the complex voting patterns in the PLP.
A good way to read them is to read each MP's preferences backwards from sixth to see who really disliked who. Particularly as there is no point expressing a sixth preference (if you express 5 then the final candidate must be 6th) it's quite a public way of expressing distaste.
Some of the transfer patterns are predictable, e.g. Blears to Johnson and vice versa, Harman to Blears & vice versa, Cruddas to Harman and vice versa. Others are a lot more idiosyncratic.
One of the ones that jumped out to me as interesting is that Nick Brown voted 2nd preference for Blears.