The latest tranche of constituencies seeking a candidate was released yesterday and includes three safe seats where sitting MPs have announced their retirements in recent days.
The closing date for the following four seats is 14th December.
Salisbury - The seat being vacated by Robert Key. He bequeaths a notional majority of 8,860 over the Lib Dems.
Staffordshire South - The seat being vacated by Sir Patrick Cormack. He bequeaths a notional majority of 8,346 over Labour.
Suffolk West - The seat being vacated by Richard Spring. He bequeaths a majority of 8,735 over Labour.
Ynys Môn - Known as the Isle of Anglesey to its non-Welsh-speaking minority, where it would appear that the previously-selected Trefor Jones has stood down. The seat is a rarity in that it has been represented by MPs from all four main parties in Wales over the last 60 years. It was Tory-held between 1979 and 1987, but is now a Labour/Plaid marginal, with the Conservatives coming fourth with 11% of the vote in 2005 - although the third-placed Independent, Peter Rogers, had previously been a Conservative Assembly Member.