Herald on Sunday research shows that despite promises to act from most parties, just a third of all the candidates selected to fight the next general election are women.
The SNP has selected substantially more candidates than any other party, with 53 of the 57 they will need for the vote in place. Of those 35 are men, around 66%.
Meanwhile, 15 of the 26 candidates selected by Labour are men, 58%, while just four of the 17 Tories are women, 24%.
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