WITH one thing and another, Holyrood's Liberal Democrats are not what they were.
The last time Scots had a vote, droves of them said "another, any other". Nature's coalitionists missed the bus.
This leaves Willie Rennie, the latest leader, with a problem. He's been pushed almost to the back of the queue for First Minister's questions, and left to struggle with his party's baggage.
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