Many Association Chairmen are consulting their members, whether through ballots or other means.
There is a now a window of opportunity for a better, more sensible and cross-party debate than the one we had in the referendum campaign.
One nation means the poor as well as the rich being able to afford a family break.
We continue our post-match inspection of our battleground profiles with the Liberal Democrat graveyard of the South West.
Plus: this week’s focus groups in Plymouth Moor View and St Austell & Newquay; responses to the manifestos; and what are the leaders’ favourite TV programmes?
The battlegrounds show a mix of results. But UKIP is down across the board.
St Austell & Newquay, Hampstead & Kilburn, Great Yarmouth…what Shelter found, using Lord Ashcroft’s polling as the basis for our research.
The second piece in our series explores the intense struggles across the South West of England.
CCHQ is not giving up on the prospect of snatching seats off Labour and LibDems, though there is a fly in the ointment…
As well as taking a crack at Vince in Twickenham, the PM and Chancellor have been to Halifax, St Austell & Newquay and Telford.
Fascinating research from the Fabian Society.
The average across these seats is: Rule Out Conservatives – 63 per cent; Rule out Labour – 75 per cent; Rule out LibDems – 74 per cent.
My poll of closely-contested Conservative-Liberal Democrat seats indicates that were the general election held now Nick Clegg’s party would lose 15 MPs to the Tories.