A panic at a cinema at Hogmanay 90 years ago led to a crush which killed 71 children.
Victory for the SNP with 63 seats - two short of a majority
Conservatives are the second largest party on 31 seats - but Labour on 24 lost 13 seats
Scottish Greens are the fourth largest party with six seats, ahead of the Lib Dems who won five
See the changing political map of Scotland
|Party||Candidates||Votes||%||Net percentage change in seats|
Scottish National Party
|Candidates George Adam||Votes 14,682||49.8%||Net percentage change in seats +7.2|
|Candidates Neil Bibby||Votes 9,483||32.2%||Net percentage change in seats −9.5|
|Candidates Paul Masterton||Votes 3,533||12.0%||Net percentage change in seats +3.3|
Scottish Lib Dems
|Candidates Eileen McCartin||Votes 1,766||6.0%||Net percentage change in seats −1.0|
Change compared with 2011
Hull will find out today which place will take over the baton as UK City of Culture.
One of Sunderland (pictured top left), Paisley (middle), Swansea (top right), Coventry (bottom right), Stoke (bottom left) will take over Hull's title from 2021.
In Hull, more than a million people have visited museums and attractions since celebrations began in January.
The announcement will be made live on the One Show tonight on BBC One.
The result of the Paisley constituency should be announced in the next 10 minutes.
The turnout in all 3 constituency counts at Braehead Arena - Paisley, Renfrewshire North & West and Renfrewshire South - all higher than in 2011
The constituency of Paisley is based around the biggest town in Scotland. The area's damp climate and a plentiful water supply made it ideal for the textiles industry to grow and by the mid-19th century weaving had become the town's chief industry. Paisley gives its name to the distinctive kidney shaped "paisley pattern" which continues to be a popular design in fabrics.
As the successes of the industrial revolution began to fade, the area has had to tackle the problems of urban recession. In 2006, the district of Ferguslie Park was named one of Scotland's most deprived areas by what was then the Scottish Executive. The constituency features a golf course, a major hospital, two reservoirs and a cathedral - St Mirin's which is the seat of the Catholic Bishop of Paisley.
Labour's Wendy Alexander represented the old Paisley North seat in the Scottish Parliament elections of 1999, 2003 and 2007. George Adam took it for the SNP in 2011.