The National:

WHAT might Richard Leonard want for Christmas?

With Scottish Labour facing the loss of all but one seat on December 12, according to new polling, it could be holding on to his job.

Not only has an Ipsos MORI survey commissioned by STV News predicted a seven-seat slump, it also gives him the worst satisfaction rate of all Scottish party leaders.

Only 17% of those polled were satisfied with his performance, with 30% unsatisfied.

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That’s worse than Jackson Carlaw and Willie Rennie, who were both on negative numbers.

Nicola Sturgeon was the only Scots party head without a negative satisfaction reading.

With two weeks to go until the General Election, Leonard’s campaign is in disarray. He’s had to cut ties with one candidate in Falkirk over allegations of anti-Semitism and is under pressure to do the same with the Dundee West runner due to his connection with a man also accused of prejudice.

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It’s hard to say what, if anything, Santa can do about any of that.

But if the polls are correct, it’s equally unclear how long Leonard – Scottish Labour’s fourth leader in five years – will be able to hold on to his position.