LABOUR is set to lose its one Glasgow MP, according to a new poll.

The Panelbase study for the Sunday Times suggested the party is set to lose all but one of its seats in Scotland at the upcoming General Election.

Only Edinburgh South MP Ian Murray would be returned for Scottish Labour, with Glasgow North East’s Paul Sweeney – who took the seat from the SNP in 2017 – failing to make the cut.

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The poll, which surveyed 1009 people in Scotland, found that support for the Labour Party in Scotland could dip from 27% to 20%.

According to analysis from Strathclyde University Professor Sir John Curtice, the SNP are also on course for another electoral win in Scotland, seeing their seat count rise from 35 to 41  with support rising from 37% to 40%.

The Tories are expected to lose just one Scottish seat.