Oh dear! It seems as if there's mutiny in the air!
Hazel Blears made it clear she believes Mr Brown and other ministers should own up to mistakes which may have fuelled economic problems. 'You can't just pretend you weren't there,' the Communities Secretary said.
Charles Clarke, a former home secretary, undermined Mr Brown's claim that Britain is well-placed to weather the economic crisis.'There are many aspects of our economy that put us in a worse position,' he told the BBC's Daily Politics programme.
And Ken Livingstone, Labour's former mayor of London, reopened old hostilities with the Prime Minister, telling Total Politics magazine that he had warned as long ago as 1998 that Mr Brown, then chancellor, was a liability.
'I was very critical of the first two years. The passage of time has shown me to be right,' he said.
'I hoped when Brown took over, things would change more than they did. But I have not been massively surprised.'And a nice little row between Number 10 and the Solicitor General over her claims of "Green Shoots".