John Kampfner gives an interesting tour de l'horizon over at the Guardian. He basically says that Labour should look out most for Michael Ashcroft - not David Cameron. This is because, courtesy of the Ashcroft millions, the Tories have been quietly beavering away in marginal seats in England.
Kampfner suggests the Tories' fortunes will improve in the autumn "when the final three reports from their policy review groups - on the economy, public service reform and the quality of life - will be launched."
That's where I wouldn't wholeheartedly agree with Kampfner. So far, every time one of these policy review thing-e-me-gigs have so much as put their head round the door they have either caused vast hilarity or given Gordon Brown some great ideas to implement.