Glasgow has long been a heartland of Labour support. The last time the party lost a seat in Scotland's biggest city at a general election was in 1983. Recently, however, support for the Scottish National Party has surged. Kiran Stacey travels to Glasgow to find out why the country has fallen out of love with Labour.

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