Ant and Dec, Lady Gaga and Viscount Palmerston are among the runners and riders.
There’s some concern, but no wobble or panic (yet, at least).
The second piece in our series explores the intense struggles across the South West of England.
The management consultant and media policy specialist won out last night.
Putin’s threat to the Baltic states is sharpening attention on Britain’s neglected commitments to our allies.
The leader of Portsmouth City Council, a barrister and free school founder, a successful tech entrepreneur and an experienced company adviser will fight it out.
In the first of our series looking at May’s electoral battlegrounds, we explore the fierce fights which are taking place across the North West.
The final selection takes place next Tuesday.
A “truncated” process will see the shortlist chosen straight away, without face to face interviews.
The Party’s main electoral problem is that it is seen as for the rich. This cohort is gifted in many ways and novel in others. But it is not well placed to counter that perception.
“The time comes with all things to move on.”
The sitting Conservative MP Robert Walter had a majority of 7,625 last time.
“History has been kind to Winston Churchill, not because he wrote it, but because he shaped it.”
He will defend Stephen Dorrell’s 2010 majority of 15,029 in a little over three months’ time.
Details as recently given to the Board of the Party.