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In pictures: Glenrothes by-election

Lindsay Roy

Lindsay Roy gives the thumbs up after winning the Glenrothes by-election for Labour.

Ballot papers being counted

Counting got under way after the polls closed, with the first box arriving shortly after 2200 GMT on Thursday.

Peter Grant

SNP Candidate Peter Grant, leader of Fife Council, took some comfort in his party's increased vote, despite coming second.

Ballot papers being counted

Voter turnout in the by-election was 52.34%, slightly down on the 2005 election, which stood at 56.14%.




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