Some well-known faces at Westminster won small majorities in the last General Election.Some well-known faces at Westminster won small majorities in the last General Election.
Some well-known faces at Westminster won small majorities in the last General Election. | Getty Images

General Election 2024: Scotland's 10 most marginal seats - and how they were won in 2019

With just five weeks until the election, these are the seats where the winners just squeaked home last time around.

Campaigning is now well underway for this year’s UK General Election, following Rishi Sunak’s shock announcement that it would take place on Thursday, July 4.

In Scotland there are a number of intriguing contests set to play out in constituencies the length and breadth of the country, as the Conservatives, SNP, Labour Party and Liberal Democrats all look to defend seats won in 2019 and steal others from their rivals.

For some candidates the chances of winning are significantly higher than others, particularly for those sitting on large majorities.

But some seats were won by tiny margins in the last General Election, making this year’s results more unpredictable, particularly in those seats impacted by boundary changes.

Here are Scotland’s 10 most marginal seats, who won them last time, their closest competitors, and how they have been affected by boundary changes.