Agreed. Much as my usual reaction to watching PMQs is one best kept to one's self, he actually gave May a schooling and she really was floundering with the usual "if you think we're shit, look at Labour" replies.
I know I ain't common 'cause I got class I ain't never used yet.
Wages are doing OK, plus May has her Brexit base still with her. Labour ought to be ahead but not "by 20 points". If she can get Hammond to loosen up and keep Brexit cliff edge away, they'll be competitive.