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".
21-year-old Ross Greer has been elected as the youngest-ever Member of the Scottish Parliament (MSP), representing the Green Party.
Labour is facing a disastrous election night in Scotland, with the party in danger of finishing third behind the SNP and the Conservatives.