The National:

IF there’s one thing a new leader needs to do when taking over a political party, it’s make an impact. Someone let Alex Cole-Hamilton know.

This summer, Cole-Hamilton was coronated leader of the Scottish LibDems.

His predecessor Willie Rennie stepped down after leading the Holyrood “party” to becoming a “group”, wininning fewer than the five seats in May's election.

To no-one’s surprise, Cole-Hamilton was swiftly installed in his place. Since becoming leader, he has changed just about nothing.

So you’d be forgiven for forgetting that had all happened, as the BBC seems to have.

During its broadcast of First Minister’s Questions on Thursday, it labelled Willie Rennie as the Scottish LibDem “leader”.

Pollster Mark Diffley, who spotted the error, wrote on Twitter: “Did I miss another @scotlibdems leadership contest? Out with the new and back in with the old!”

Diffley didn’t miss “another” Scottish LibDem leadership contest, but it seems the BBC missed the first.