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Labour's Andy Kerr has become the first major scalp of the Scottish parliamentary election.
The former minister in Jack McConnell's administration lost to the SNP's Linda Fabiani in the East Kilbride constituency, which he had held for 12 years.
Mr Kerr, who was Labour's finance spokesman in the last parliament, lost a notional majority, picking up 12,410 votes to Ms Fabiani's 14,359.
In an interview with STV afterwards, he said: "I believe that non-Labour voters almost exclusively went to the SNP.
"We certainly worked out butts off here, out doing door-to-doors morning, afternoon and evening.
"I think this campaign will be analysed in due course. I think the First Minister got fair wind from the media, not tested on real issues, whereas the Labour campaign was analysed every day."
He joked: "Any employers out there looking for a young man with an MBA, then I'm your man."