LABOUR leader Jeremy Corbyn is concluding his 48-hour tour of Scotland tonight in Edinburgh - but the SNP are making their presence felt.

The party's logo is being projected onto the side of the University of Edinburgh's McEwan Hall, where Corbyn is expected to speak at a rally later.

BBC journalist Nick Eardley posted the photos as he headed to the event. 

There has been tension between the SNP and Labour as Corbyn made his trip up to Scotland. 

There has been talk that after the December 12 election, Labour may need the SNP to back them as part of an informal agreement between the parties. Any kind of agreement would likely hinge on the details for a second Scottish independence referendum, but Corbyn's statements on when such a vote could talk place have varied over the last two days. 

SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon has been critical in response, saying "Labour would have big questions to answer if they gave up a chance at UK government in order to block Scotland’s right to choose our own future".