THERE will be no Scottish Tory MPs in the House of Commons after the next General Election, according to a new poll.

The SNP would also once again emerge as the largest party north of the Border, securing a majority of 40 seats, with Labour returning 13 and the LibDems four. 

The Daily Mirror poll, carried out by Find Out Now and Electoral Calculus, saw 18,000 voters surveyed across the UK over the last three weeks.

The mega-poll will make grim reading for Scottish Tory leader Douglas Ross, with his party set to be decimated north of the Border. 

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We previously reported how First Minister Humza Yousaf launched the SNP's election campaign with a call to "make Scotland Tory-free". 

The Tories are also set for a crushing defeat across the rest of the UK, which could see the party under Rishi Sunak lose three-quarters of their seats. 

It would be the first time the Tories had not returned any MPs in Scotland since Tony Blair's New Labour landslide in 1997. 

The Daily Mirror poll projected the outcome of all 650 constituencies across the UK using the MRP (multi-level regression and post-stratification) method to predict individual seats. 

It suggested incumbent Scottish Tory MPs David Mundell (below) in Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and  Tweeddale, John Lamont in Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk, and Andrew Bowie in West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine, would not return to the House of Commons after the election.

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David Duguid, the MP for Banff and Buchan who is standing in the new seat of Aberdeenshire North and Moray East, would also not return to parliament, and the party would not hold Tory defector Lisa Cameron's East Kilbride seat, initially won under an SNP banner.

Alister Jack's seat in Dumfries and Galloway would go to the SNP, with the Scottish Secretary not standing in the election, and Ross's Moray seat, reformed as Moray West, Nairn and Strathspey, will also go to the SNP.

Scottish Labour would be set to pick up seats in Greater Glasgow, East Lothian, Midlothian, Cowdenbeath and Na h-Eileanan an Iar.

UK-wide, the Tories would be left with just 80 MPs, which would be the party's worst result in history.

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A total of 17 Cabinet ministers would be ousted from their seats including Chancellor Jeremy Hunt, Defence Secretary Grant Shapps, Leader of the House Penny Mordaunt and Education Secretary Gillian Keegan. 

Keir Starmer's Labour, meanwhile, would be looking at a landslide victory, with a majority of 254 seats.

The survey results come just after a Savanta poll put the party’s lead over the Tories at its lowest level since last June.

However, the Mirror poll predicts the Labour party could be in for an even bigger win than Blair.

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Labour is currently sitting at 42%, a 20-point lead to the Tories' 22%. 

Elsewhere, the LibDems could secure 53 seats, pushing the SNP out of its role as third largest party, while the Greens would get two. 

Martin Baxter, founder of Electoral Calculus, told the Mirror: "The public seem even more disenchanted with the Conservatives under Rishi Sunak than they were with John Major in 1997.

"A Labour landslide looks increasingly likely, and Labour voters want nationalisation, increased public spending and higher taxes.

“The next election could have a seismic impact on British politics as the recent Conservative era crashes to a close."

Between January 24 and February 12, Find Out Now interviewed 18,151 adults in the UK.