Scottish Election 2021 Thursday RECAP: Polling across Scotland closes as Nicola Sturgeon fights for SNP majority | Anas Sarwar's Labour tries to overtake Douglas Ross's Conservatives | Dogs pictured at polling places
Here is a look back on polling to elect the next Scottish Government today (May 6) as polls across Scotland close.
Polling stations were open from 7am till 10pm, in an election which could be crucial in determining Scotland’s future within the UK.
Follow this recap which takes a look back at the news and events as they unfolded throughout the day.
Scottish Election 2021 RECAP: The updates from around the country as Scotland went to the polls
Last updated: Thursday, 06 May, 2021, 10:26
- Scots headed to the polls on Thursday to elect next Scottish Government
- Polling stations were open from 7am till 10pm
- Sturgeon and SNP pushing to win overall majority at Holyrood