RISHI Sunak has called a General Election for July 4, setting up contests in constituencies across the UK and Scotland.

You may remember yours from 2019 but a lot has changed since then, with new boundary changes meaning you may be in a different constituency altogether for this election.

The number of overall seats will reduced from 59 to 57 in Scotland and only eight of the total seats remain unchanged.

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READ MORE: See how you're affected as Scotland's constituencies change for next election

There are a couple of useful free tools to make sure you’re up-to-date.

One of these is Electoral Calculus, with a link to the tool right here

Simply put in your postcode and the name of your constituency (and local council and ward), taking the news boundaries into account, will pop up.

If you already know the name of your new seat, you can also type and/or scroll to find it in a list further down the webpage.

If you want to know whether your constituency has changed since the last election, simply head to this link on the UK Parliament website to find out your current MP and constituency ahead of the changes fully coming into force on July 4.