Labour have held the Rutherglen and Hamilton West seat in the first general election result to be announced in Scotland.
Tom Greatrex won the seat with 28,566 votes, a majority of 21,002.
The former advisor to Scottish Secretary Jim Murphy replaces Tommy McAvoy, who stood down after 23 years.
An exit poll has predicted a hung parliament, with the Conservatives the largest party but still short of an overall Commons majority.
The returning officer said 47,072 votes had been cast in
Rutherglen & Hamilton West,
which meant a turnout of 61.89%.
Labour got 60.8% of the vote, with a 1.5% swing from the SNP to Labour. The Lib Dems went from second to third.
In 2005, Labour won the seat with a majority of 16,112.
Labour also held two neighbouring seats which were the second and third to declare in Scotland.
Frank Roy held
Motherwell & Wishaw
with a 16,806 majority, while Michael McCann held
East Kilbride, Strathaven & Lesmahagow.