Johann Lamont has stood down as leader of the Labour Party in Scotland, plunging the party into turmoil by accusing Ed Miliband of treating Scotland like a "branch office".

These are the people in the running to become the party's leader in Scotland:

Anas Sarwar, 31, is interim leader of the Scottish Labour party. He became MP for Glasgow Central in 2010. Asked if would put himself forward as a leadership candidate, he said: "I want to keep that option. I want to think it through, but I think it's right that I do what's my responsibility, which is to keep the Labour family together".

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