It's a difficult one to call really, just looked at polling figures from 2015 and some polls just before election day had the Tories as much as 6 points ahead of Labour. Given that we're between 9 and 12 points behind at the moment and we've made up 12 to 15 points thus far, I can see it being doable to beat that. Don't get me wrong, it's by no means a certainty or even close but I'd like to think come the Question Time Q and As coming up Labour will be able to pick up some points. I think what has actually worked well in Labour's favour is that criticisms of Labour and Corbyn have been out in the public since 2015. The Tories have a bit of a broken record effect going for them because there's nothing substantive to add to their criticisms, whereas the new Tory policies have a lot of fresh ground to cover for Labour to really hit home on.