Party leaders were out voting in Glasgow and meeting candidates at polling stations.

Polling opened at 7am and remains open until 10pm tonight.

Nicola Sturgeon arrived to vote in the morning at Broomhouse Park Polling station with her husband Peter Murrell, the chief executive of the SNP.

Glasgow Times:

She then visited candidates at other polling stations around the southside of Glasgow.

The First Minister continued with the focus on the Conservatives at Westminster.

She said: “The Tories have spent months consumed by Downing Street parties while ordinary people have been terrified to open their bills as energy and food prices soar. Let the Tories feel the full force of public anger at the ballot box.”

Anas Sarwar, Scottish Labour leader voted at Pollokshields Burgh Hall in Maxwell Park, with his wife Furheen.

Glasgow Times:

In a final polling day message, he said:  Today you have a chance to vote for someone that will stand up for you, your family and your local community.

He added: “Vote Scottish Labour and let’s build the future together.”

Patrick Harvie, co leader of the Scottish Greens, voted at Notre Dame Primary School in Hyndland.

Glasgow Times:

He met Scottish Green candidates in wards across the city including Victoria Park, Pollokshields and Govan

The Greens said: “The cost of living crisis and the climate emergency are urgent issues that affect us all.

“That's why we entered government, and that's why we need more Greens in councils across the country working to make our communities fairer, greener places to live.”