Two selections from the last few days that we have not yet registered took place in Tameside in Greater Manchester.
Firstly, Rob Adlard has been selected to challenge ex-Cabinet minister James Purnell in Stalybridge and Hyde. Manchester-based Rob - originally from the North East - is 34 years old and a freelance violinist. He is also chairman of the Longendale ward Conservatives in the constituency, where he would need a swing of 12% to overturn Purnell's notional majority of 8,455.
Meanwhile, Seema Kennedy has been chosen to stand in Ashton-under-Lyne, where Labour MP David Heyes will defend a notional majority of 13,199. She resigned as chairman of St Albans Conservative association after her attempt to deselect Anne Main failed earlier this year.