Jackson Carlaw has been elected new leader of the Scottish Conservatives, changing Ruth Davidson.
Mr Carlaw will take cost of the highest job operating Holyrood’s second largest political celebration.
The contest was known as after Ms Davidson resigned in August final 12 months, citing the “conflict I have felt over Brexit” and wanting extra time to take care of her new child.
She led a profitable comeback for the Tories, defying the widespread saying that there have been extra pandas in Scotland than Conservative MPs by taking them from one to 13 seats.
But the celebration’s fortunes slid into reverse on the December 2019 election, dipping to 6 seats in response to a different surge for the Scottish National Party (SNP).
Mr Carlaw was interim leader throughout the current marketing campaign.
He received 4,917 votes (76%) to beat off competitors from Scottish Tory social safety spokeswoman Michelle Ballantyne, who obtained 1,581 (24%) within the poll of celebration members.