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Sadiq Khan has said he will stand down as MP for Tooting after being sworn in as the new mayor of London.
The Labour politician has been Tooting’s MP since 2005.
Following a fractious campaign, he told Simon Harris he and Conservative peers had "to get on, because London is more important than party political differences”.
Beaten London mayoral candidate Zac Goldsmith has made no comment as he left his home.
The Conservative polled second, with 43.2% of the vote once second preferences were counted, making a brief speech at City Hall following the post-midnight announcement.
But he refused to answer any questions this morning.