Hundreds of seats are yet to select, and there are claims of deliberate delays.
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Finally, the parties are beginning to change the way they start conversations with potential voters.
There’s previous little evidence the “community organising” guru is making any difference to Labour.
WATCH: Grassroots, modernisers, “swivel-eyed loons” – what’s the state of play in the Conservative Party?
ConservativeHome’s Mark Wallace, Charlotte Leslie MP and BrightBlue’s Ryan Shorthouse discuss the current Tory mood.
Which requires stable funding – an equivalent to the Conservative Foundation.
Grant Shapps starts a new drive for more members, better data and a renewed grassroots.
Putting would-be PPCs face to face with voters sorts the wheat from the chaff.
New ways of finding and recruiting supporters offer an alternative to declining party membership.
Gavin Barwell is Member of Parliament for Croydon Central. Follow Gavin on Twitter. Most of the debate about what the Conservative… Read more »
David Skelton is a former Deputy Director of Policy Exchange. He is now establishing a campaign group aimed at broadening… Read more »
By Paul GoodmanFollow Paul on Twitter. In the Grummidge West office of my political hero, J Alfred Prufrock MP, are… Read more »
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By Paul GoodmanFollow Paul on Twitter. I went to Eastleigh on Wednesday to "add my strength to yours", as Fotherington-Thomas… Read more »