LABOUR and the Tories face being wiped from the map in Scotland in the upcoming European Parliament election, according to new YouGov research.

Their projections suggest the SNP are set to win an extra seat, securing three MEPs, with the Brexit Party on track to win two.

The other seat seems likely to be contested by the LibDems and the Greens, leaving Labour and the Tories without a single MEP.

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Scottish Labour currently have two representatives in the European Parliament and the Scottish Tories have one.

Across the UK as a whole, the LibDems have overtaken Labour in second place, with the Brexit Party in front.

The survey puts the Brexit Party on 35%, the Lib Dems on 16%, Labour on 15%, the Greens on 10% and the Tories on 9%.

Based on those figures, Nigel Farage’s Party is predicted to win 33 seats, with the LibDems and Labour each on 10.

The Greens would secure eight while the Tories would be left with just five.

Both the Conservatives and Labour look set to lose a majority of those who voted for them in the 2017 General Election.

Only one in five (20%) of those who voted Tory in 2017 are sticking with the party for next week’s European Parliament vote, with 62% instead planning to back the Brexit Party.

Labour is also losing a large proportion of their voters, mainly to Remain parties (Lib Dem 21%, Green 16%, Change UK 6%).

YouGov surveyed 7,192 people across the UK, including 668 in Scotland.