Labour's Holyrood election campaign has suffered further woes after it emerged that crowd-funding for candidates has struggled to secure donations.

The Daily Mail reported that one candidate has failed to raise any funds through crowd-funding, while three other campaigns have received less than £100.

The party's Perth and Kinross, and Linlithgow branches have raised £60 and £90 respectively.

The totals trail behind Conservative leader Ruth Davidson, currently the most successful Scottish candidate on crowdfunder, who has raised more than £6,500 for her Edinburgh Central campaign.

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has received £5,850 for her campaign to hold her Glasgow Southside seat.

The news is a further blow to Labour who are trying to get their election campaign back on track after leader Kezia Dugdale's comments on independence

Crowd-funding has become a popular way for prospective MSPs to raise additional funds for their election campaign. Candidates also have access to central funds from their parties.

Other successful crowd-funders include Alison Dickie (SNP), Alison Johnstone (Scottish Greens) and Labour candidates Daniel Johnson, who has raised nearly £1,600, and Ken Macintosh, who has received over £1,200.

Ms Dugdale's campaign for Edinburgh Eastern has reached £1,085.

The figures all relate to campaigns on and candidates may have held other events to raise funds in their local area.