Ken Livingstone comments on election coverage and what the future holds.
Ken Livingstone retires from politics
Boris Johnson and Ken Livingstone agree to publish all earnings and taxes paid in the past four years.
After his narrow failure to win the London mayoral election, it's back to the day job for Ken Livingstone today.
He'll return to presenting duties on LBC this morning.
He gave up the show last month to concentrate on the elections.
Labour leader Ed Miliband should stop trying to court the Blairite wing of the party, mayoral candidate Ken Livingstone said today.
He also claimed Mr Miliband could be the next Prime Minister and "transform Britain in a way that we haven't seen for a very long time".
Speaking on the BBC Radio 4 Today programme, Mr Livingstone, who lost to Tory candidate Boris Johnson last week in the race to become London Mayor, said working-class people had become "disillusioned" at the last Labour government's failure to create "good jobs".
He said that, for the last 30 years, Britain had taken a "wrong turning", adding Mr Miliband was now "getting the economic strategy right".
Mr Livingstone dismissed any suggestion that he planned to join the House of Lords.Asked whether he would accept a peerage, he said: "Oh God, no, spare me that. I've been punished enough."
After the mayoral result, the Labour candidate Ken Livingstone announced he would not be standing for a political post again. That brings an end to a political career in London which has lasted over 40 years. Piers Hopkirk reports.
Mr Livingstone said "this is the defeat I most regret" and said: "This is my last election."
In his speech at City Hall, the Labour candidate says he will not run in another election.
He added: This defeat is the worst.