Early results from the London mayoral election indicate that Boris Johnson could win a second term.
He is ahead of his Labour rival Ken Livingstone on first-preference votes, according to the tally so far.
However, it looks like the contest will be decided by second-preference votes - as no one candidate is likely to secure 50 percent in the first round.
Liberal Democrat candidate Brian Paddick is trailing far behind the two front-runners.
It seems he's locked in a battle for third place with the Green Party's Jenny Jones and independent candidate Siobhan Benita.
The Lib Dems are currently behind the Greens in the London-wide London Assembly vote.
Election Correspondent Alex Forrest offers her analysis.
Ballot papers are being processed at three counting centres - Alexandra Palace, ExCel and Olympia.
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