The latest polls show that Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn is way ahead of Conservative PM Theresa May in the polls – but it’s not because there’s a sudden surge in Labour support.
Actually, it’s a result of some Tory voters temporarily going back to UKIP to express their objections to Theresa May’s Chequers deal on Brexit.
So what does this mean?
A Labour win in a hypothetical general election? A UKIP surge?
In my opinion… neither.