A piece by Lewis Goodall for the BBC on the surge in membership in the Labour Party:
He says as much as 20%, and the 'feeling' is that these are melts, moderates and centrist dads (and mums, of course) joining or rejoining to defeat the left.
Of the CLP chairmen and chairwomen and MPs who spoke to Newsnight, virtually all seemed certain these members joined in order to have a say about the next Labour Party leader.
In 2015 and 2016, the two Labour leadership contests in which Jeremy Corbyn ran, much was made about the "entryism" or programme of enlisting new members to vote for the left-wing candidate.
The intentions of all the new members this time is not certain - there are simply too many of them to be sure.
However, sources within local parties are confident many if not most had joined to vote against the left-wing candidate, a reversal of what happened four years ago.
One MP, in a CLP that now numbers nearly 3,000 members, told Newsnight: "We're just trying to figure it out, but it seems that overwhelmingly the new joiners since the election are moderates who want to vote against Rebecca Long-Bailey in some form.
"A lot joined for Jess Phillips and are now deciding who next."