Breaking news: Reports are emerging that the Labour Party in Scotland is considering a legal appeal over the result of the Cunninghame North MSP election result.
The SNP took the Cunningham North constituency by a mere 48 votes and the indications are that the Labour party may be considering an appeal relating to ballot papers which were considered "spoilt" or otherwise uncounted.
Such a challenge could have major repercussions as the SNP currently only have a 1 seat margin over Labour to make them the largest party in the Scottish Parliament. Given the high number of ballot papers uncounted across the country because of a range problems with voters understanding the ballot papers this action could open the door to other election result challenges. This may be particularly likely as in a number of constituencies the margin of victory was close to the number of uncounted ballots.