It's always enjoyable to see just how far off the mark both Tory commentators and journalists can be about internal Labour matters:
e.g. 1 - Iain Dale thinks Neal Lawson and Compass are "Brownite" and that Lawson has "never edited anything in his life". Neal has actually spent most of the last year attacking Brown for being too Blairite, and has edited "Renewal" magazine for well over a decade.
e.g. 2 - The Observer lists Charlie Whelan, Douglas Alexander and Geoffrey Robinson as "Exiles from the court of Brown" and says Whelan "runs a salmon fishing business in Scotland". Which is strange because I thought Whelan was National Political Director of Unite, Labour's largest union affiliate, Alexander is a Cabinet Minister and Robinson owns the New Statesman, the country's main centre-left magazine.