Never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake. That seems to be the message that has circulated around Labour HQ after a new poll has found that the party has surged to a 10-point lead over the SNP.

Keir Starmer’s party is now polling at 39%, up five percentage points from last month, with the SNP dropping to 29%. Interestingly, another party that has slowly crept up this month is the Scottish Greens, which climbed three percentage points to 7% — despite the trans furore that engulfed it earlier this month. For all the talk of Tory annihilation, might something similar be happening with the SNP?