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ITV Border's Political Editor Peter MacMahon is in Edinburgh, waiting to hear from Nicola Sturgeon.
He'll be live-tweeting during the statement:
Secretary of State for Scotland David Mundell has tweeted a picture of himself and his son Oliver Mundell celebrating Oliver's election win with his 90-year-old mother, Dorah.
Oliver Mundell is now the MSP for Dumfriesshire:
The SNP has failed to secure a second majority at Holyrood, winning 63 of the 129 seats at the Scottish Parliament.
The Scottish Conservatives had their best ever result, securing 31 MSPs, while Labour suffered its worst result since devolution with 24 MSPs.
The regional member seat results for the South Scotland region have been announced.
The SNP have three MSPs elected, with two Conservative and two Labour MSPs.
- Claudia Beamish (Scottish Labour)
- Joan McAlpine (SNP)
- Rachael Hamilton (Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party)
- Emma Harper (SNP)
- Colin Smyth (Scottish Labour)
- Paul Wheelhouse (SNP)
- Brian Whittle (Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party)
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".
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.
She also ruled out stepping down, saying "burning through leaders" was "not the answer".
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Labour have been pushed into third place in Scotland, but suffers fewer losses than expected in England.
Peter MacMahons' Politics Blog: The SNP have a commanding lead in terms of seats at Holyrood but they do not command the parliament.