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The Tories are split and morale is low. But don’t write them off just yet

“Who wants to wade through shit as a candidate right now?” an experienced Conservative campaign operative asked me recently. The question wasn’t rhetorical— he, like many of his colleagues, was struggling to find people to stand in the local elections. “I have never failed to secure a full slate, but I think it’s about to happen.”

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InProspect's May issue: Tom Clark explores how British politics has ended up in crisis and suggests that a proper constitution could have avoided the current chaos and may well be necessary now to avoid the same problems in the future. Elsewhere in the issue: Kevin Maguire profiles Labour deputy leader Tom Watson who says that “if needs must” he would join a government of national unity. Max Rashbrooke examines Jacinda Ardern’s government in New Zealand and the ways the country is being transformed, ultimately suggesting that it could be an example for Britain to follow. Also, Stefanie Marsh follows the work of a donor detective who is helping children conceived by anonymous sperm donation to find their biological parents and Francesca Wade shows how Virginia Woolf is inspiring a new generation of women writers.