Exit polls have forecast that the SNP will sweep the board and win every seat in northern Scotland.
Voters will head to the polls today for the third General Election in less than five years.
There are 333 registered political parties in the UK with nearly 70 standing in the General Election.
More than two million people have applied to register to vote since the General Election was announced, according to Government figures.
The UK appears to be on course for a December general election.
Nearly two million people have applied to register to vote in the past eight weeks, according to Government figures.
Smacking children could be made illegal in Scotland today if MSPs vote to change the law to ban their physical punishment.
More than half the local authorities in Scotland have declared their results so far.
The first results are in for the north of Scotland.
A projected Tory wipeout, a Labour flop and an SNP and Brexit Party win – what will it mean for Scotland?
Polling stations across Highland will be open from 7am to 10pm tomorrow for the European elections.
Members of the public have been warned not to risk losing their vote in the European elections by visiting unofficial websites.
With its spectacular beach landing, it is a bucket list flight for thousands of passengers every year.
As Catalans head to the polls today they are effectively voting on whether to secede from Spain. Alex Bell looks at the implications for our own future.
Polls have closed in the snap general election that could see a number of seats change hands in Scotland.
A compromise has been struck to spare older and disabled voters an "exhausting" trek to their polling place in Lossiemouth at next month's general election.
The north has seen one of the biggest drops in the numbers of school leavers registered to vote across Scotland in the last three years.
One striking thing about the election was the number of people who took part, in defiance of expectations.
The people have spoken and new councillors have been chosen.
The departing leader of Moray Council has urged residents to vote for the election hopefuls "prepared to make difficult decisions" when they take to the polls today.
Sixteen and 17-year-olds will be unable to take part in the general election, despite being able to take part in the Scottish council vote the month prior.
It’s been an election of two halves.
A north-east MSP has hit out at rules which meant he was not able to vote for his former office assistant who is now the new SNP MP for West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine.
Polling stations have opened for a General Election which could result in a remarkable turning point in Scottish politics.
Young people could decide the next UK Government – it’s that simple.
A campaign to deliver permanent voting rights to the country's 16 and 17-year-olds has received the backing of Banff and Buchan MP Eilidh Whiteford.
Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond returned to his Strichen home to cast his vote this morning.