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Glasgow North EastParliamentary constituency
SNP GAIN FROM LAB
Scottish National PartyAnne McLaughlin
- Votes: 15,911
- Vote share %: 46.9
- Vote share change: +4.7
- Votes: 13,363
- Vote share %: 39.4
- Vote share change: -3.5
- Votes: 3,558
- Vote share %: 10.5
- Vote share change: -2.4
Liberal DemocratNicholas Moohan
- Votes: 1,093
- Vote share %: 3.2
- Vote share change: +1.2
Change compared with 2017
- SNP majority: 2,548
- Registered voters: 61,075
- Change since 2017: +2.5
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Tonight's winner in Glasgow was definitely the SNP, holding six and gaining one seat to take all seven that were up for grabs.
A clean sweep in Glasgow for the SNP is confirmed as the party holds Glasgow South.
Stewart McDonald held the seat with an increased majority of 6,978.
Anne McLaughlin has been elected as the MP for Glasgow North East, beating Labour's Paul Sweeney by 2,548 votes.
The Scottish National Party overturned a 242 vote majority to take the formerly Labour-held seat.
Lauren Bennie of the Conservative Party came third and Liberal Democrat Nicholas Moohan came fourth.
Voter turnout was up by 2.5 percentage points since the last general election.
Nearly 34,000 people, 55.5% of those eligible to vote, went to polling stations across the area on Thursday, in the first December general election since 1923.
One of the four candidates, Nicholas Moohan (Liberal Democrat), lost his £500 deposit after failing to win 5% of the vote.
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Anne McLaughlin says she is "devastated" for the rest of the UK shortly after unseating Paul Sweeney in Glasgow North East,
SNP win Glasgow North East, unseating Labour's Shadow Scotland Office minister Paul Sweeney.
Anne McLaughlin won with almost 50% of the vote and a majority of 2,548.
Labour not feeling good at Glasgow count, with expectations of a tactical vote swing not materialising.
At the Glasgow count, Humza Yousaf, the Scottish government's justice secretary, said the feeling in the hall is good for the SNP.
He said there is a reasonable hope the party may take Glasgow North East, lost to Labour's Paul Sweeney in 2017. Sweeney's majority was 242.