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London Election Full Results

London Assembly results Photo: London Tonight

Boris Johnson is re-elected as Mayor of London.

In the second round of voting Mr Johnson won with 51.53% of the vote while his Labour rival Ken Livingstone got 48.47% of the vote.

Boris Johnson 51.53% 1,054,811 votes

Ken Livingstone 48.47% 992,273 votes

The full results of the first round of voting in the race for Mayor Credit: ITN

In the first preference votes the results were:

*Boris Johnson *

Conservative

44.01%

971,931 votes

*Ken Livingstone *

Labour

40.30%

889,918 votes

*Jenny Jones *

The Green Party

4.48%

98,913 votes

*Brian Paddick *

Liberal Democrats

4.16%

91,774 votes

*Siobhan Benita *

Independent

3.80%

83,914 votes

*Lawrence Webb *

UKIP

1.96%

43,274 votes

*Carlos Cortiglia *

BNP

1.30%

28,751 votes

List of seats by party for 14 directly elected London Assembly members:

Conservatives

  • 6 Seats, a loss of 2 seats

James Cleverly - Bexley & Bromley

Richard Tracey - Merton & Wandsworth

Stephen O'Connell - Croydon & Sutton

Roger Evans - Havering & Redbridge

Kit Malthouse - West Central

Tony Arbour - South West

Labour

  • 8 Seats, a gain of 2 seats

Len Duvall - Greenwich & Lewisham

Val Shawcross - Lambeth & Southwark

John Biggs - City & East

Onkar Sahota - Ealing & Hillingdon

Andrew Dismore - Barnet & Camden

Jennette Arnold - North East

Joanne McCartney - Enfield & Haringey

Navin Shah - Brent & Harrow

The results show a 14% swing to Labour.

Former Deputy Mayor of London Richard Barnes has lost his Ealing & Hillingdon seat and Tory councillor Brian Coleman has lost the Barnet & Camden seat.

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