The results for the Mayor of London and each of directly elected 14 constituencies on the London Assembly.
Stonewall hustings at the Southbank
Race for London Mayor
Labour has recorded a strong result in London at the 2014 European election. Labour has doubled its number of seats from 2 to 4. The conservatives lost one seat but held onto two others. UKIP and the Green Party each retained one seat.
The Liberal Democrats no longer have an MEP in London after coming fifth overall and losing their seat.
Labour - 4 seats - 806,959 votes
Conservatives - 2 seats - 495,639 votes
UKIP - 1 seat - 371,133 votes
Green Party - 1 seat - 196,419 votes
French citizens living in London will get to choose their own MP to sit in the French national assembly on Sunday. The MP will actually represent all French expats living in Northern Europe but will be based in the capital. UMP candidate Emmanuelle Savarit explained why the MP is needed.
Claims of election fraud are being investigated by police after fake election pamphlets were reportedly handed out in the name of a candidate.
Leaflets purporting to be from a Liberal Democrat candidate appeared to pledge support for a number of causes, including a controversial planning decision.
They were handed out the day before the Richmond Upon Thames Council by-election in south west London on May 3rd.
A Lib Dem spokesman said candidate Jane Dodds had not backed the manifesto points on the fake flyer.
The hotly contested Richmond North seat was won by Conservative candidate Stephen Speak, who beat Ms Dodds by 146 votes.
Boris Johnson has increased his lead over Labour challenger Ken Livingstone to four points as the campaign for London mayor enters its final week.
But Mr Livingstone's team insist they are not dispirited by the YouGov survey for the Evening Standard.
The poll gives Conservative Mr Johnson a four point lead of 52%-48% after second preferences are taken into account.
Labour says the race remains "neck and neck" with just three days to go before voters across the capital go to the polls.
Boris Johnson was joined by the Prime Minister on the campaign trail this morning before being grilled by London mothers on the website mumsnet. Meanwhile his Labour rival Ken Livingstone has promised to extend the Croydon Tramlink if he's elected as Mayor. Daisy Gray reports.
Our exclusive poll by ComRes, commissioned by London Tonight, the Evening Standard and LBC, suggests the "liftgate" scandal may have cost Ken Livingstone votes. Half of people interviewed after ‘Liftgate’ (51%) say they are unlikely to vote for him as a result of the allegations.
This is compared to 44% of those interviewed beforehand.