Alastair Darling’s former seat, Edinburgh South West, is the latest Labour casualty in the SNP’s domination of Scotland.
Ricky Henderson, who took over the seat from the former Chancellor of the Exchequer, has lost the Labour stronghold to Joanna Cherry.
Henderson joins the likes of Jim Murphy and Douglas Alexander, who also lost their seats to the SNP today.
SNP representative, Kirsten Oswald, won in Renfrewshire East, taking the seat from Scottish Labour leader, Jim Murphy.
He congratulated the SNP on results so far, but added, “the fightback starts tomorrow”.
Douglas Alexander has also lost his seat with Mhairi Black taking Paisley and Renfrewshire South.
Black has now become the youngest MP at just 20 years old and is in her final year at the University of Glasgow, studying Politics and Public Policy.
Alexander was first elected in a Paisley South by-election in 1997.
Labour now holds 100 seats nationally, but exit polls predict the party to gain far fewer seats than previously expected.