Well, well, well - let's have an election and hands off No. 10. Just listen to a former Scottish Labour Party Leader on the fall-out from Wendygate. According to the BBC:
Former first minister Jack McConnell said a leadership contest would ensure the person chosen had the confidence of the party and the Scottish people.
He also warned that there should not interference from Downing Street or elsewhere.
Mr McConnell said: "One of the key factors here is that members of the Scottish Parliament and party members in Scotland make a choice without any influence from people such as me or from senior figures in the party leadership elsewhere.
"I think we need to have the candidates set out their stall, give them the chance to show the leadership qualities they think they have but also have a real debate about the Scottish Labour Party and how we put our values and principles into practice for the 21st century."
Couldn't have put it better myself.