This morning I have already written about how David Cameron will need to appoint a new raft of Tory peers if he becomes Prime Minister.
And right on cue the new edition of PR Week contains a list of 20 people tipped to be made Tory peers if David Cameron becomes Prime Minister as apparently provided to Mandate Communications, the public affairs agency.
However, the list's veracity has been immediately called into doubt by the Evening Standard's Paul Waugh, who points out that one of those on the list - David Freud - is already a member of the House of Lords, having been ennobled back in June, whilst I note that another - General Sir Richard Dannatt - had his impending peerage announced by David Cameron in Manchester last week.
Furthermore, Kirstie Allsopp's name appears in the story but then not on the list of twenty names at the end of the piece. (Update: Kirstie Allsopp's name has now replaced that of David Freud in the PR Week story)
Nonetheless, some of the names highlighted are credible candidates for ennoblement, not least because they have been proposed as possible appointees in ConHome's Search for 100 Peers feature.
For what they are worth, here are those other eighteen names on the list: