There's a YouGov poll in tomorrow's Sunday Times showing Labour at their highest rating for 8 months - on 34%. The Conservatives are on 38%, one point down, while the LibDems have also gone down one to 15%. However, and it is a big however, the poll contains a sting in the tail for Gordon Brown, showing support for Labour slipping back down to 32% if he is leader, ten points behind the Tories who rise to 42%. The poll shows that by 50% to 31% people said that they did not like the Chancellor and by 35% to 32% that he would not be a good representative of Britain abroad. By contrast, they thought by 49% to 46% that overall Mr Blair had been a good Prime Minister.
Oh dear, Mr Brown.
I will try desperately not to mention all this when I do the News 24 Newspaper Review at 11.45 tonigh. Really. No, really!