The Scottish National Party HOLD Midlothian South, Tweeddale and Lauderdale.
Christine Grahame held the seat with 16,031 votes.
- Christine Grahame, SNP - 16,031
- Michelle Ballantyne, Conservative - 10,163
- Fiona Dugdale, Labour - 5,701
- Kris Chapman, Liberal Democrats - 3,686
The Tories' leader in Scotland has hailed an "incredible result" which looks likely to put the Conservatives in second place north of the border, ahead of Labour.
Ruth Davidson - who won the Edinburgh Central seat from the Scottish National Party (SNP) - said her campaign had focused on providing a "strong opposition" to the ruling SNP.
She also admitted she realised those who had voted for the party were unlikely to be "true blue Conservatives".
I fully recognise and understand there are many people that have given us their vote for the very first time, not because they're true blue Conservatives, but because there's a job of work they want us to do.
I hope the message that was resonating was of being a strong opposition, to hold the SNP to account, to saying no to a second independence referendum, to respect the decision that our country made and to really focus on the things we're paying a government to focus on, on schools, on hospitals, on public services.
That's what people want.
Labour's leader in Scotland has said she was "heartbroken" by overnight election results which look set to push the party into third place, behind the Tories.
Kezia Dugdale said it was clear even the Conservative candidates had not expected to perform as well as they had.
[I'm] heartbroken, without question. You can see from the reaction of the Tories that they are indeed surprised about how well they've done tonight.
There's no doubt that our defeat for the Labour Party is painful, but it is not the end of our campaign. We will continue to argue for Labour values, Labour ideas and Labour principles.
She also ruled out stepping down, saying "burning through leaders" was "not the answer".
Conservative HOLD Ettrick, Roxburgh and Berwickshire.
John Lamont wins the seat with 55.17% of the vote.
- John Lamont, Scottish Conservative Party - 18,257
- Paul Wheelhouse, SNP - 10,521
- Jim Hume, Liberal Democrats - 2,551
- Barrie Cunning, Scottish Labour - 1,766
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Liberal Democrats HOLD South Lakeland District Council.
A third of the seats were contested. Labour lost one seat to the Conservatives.
Conservative HOLD Galloway and West Dumfries.
Finlay Carson is elected MSP with 14,527 votes.
- Finlay Carson, Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party - 14,527
- Aileen McLeod, SNP - 13,013
- Fiona O'Donnell, Scottish Labour Party - 4,876
- Andrew Robert Metcalf, Scottish Liberal Democrats - 947
Conservative GAIN Dumfriesshire from Labour.
Oliver Mundell wins the seat with 13,536 votes, replacing Labour's Elaine Murray who loses her seat after 17 years.
- Oliver Mundell, Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party - 13,536
- Joan McAlpine, SNP - 12,306
- Elaine Murray, Scottish Labour Party - 9,151
- Richard John Brodie, Scottish Liberal Democrats - 1,267