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All results announced and on http://t.co/YC7KTG0x Now signing off Twitter for the evening.

The results of the London Assembly elections and for the Mayoral elections have been finalised and put online.

The party breakdown for the London Assembly is:

Labour: 12

Conservative: 9

Greens: 2

Liberal Democrats: 2

For more analysis and further details click here.

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Boris' and Ken's campaign leaders thank their supporters

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Congratulations and thanks to every member of our campaign team. Boris deserves this victory and will serve London well.

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The polls have closed. A personal word of thanks from me to everyone out there who's been part of this. It's been quite a ride.

Boris Johnson as Conservative party leader

The ITV News Index poll asked respondents whether Boris Johnson would make a good Conservative party leader. Mr Johnson came third in the survey after David Cameron and William Hague. However, he came ahead of Ken Clarke, George Osborne and Theresa May.

The six candidates were ranked as follows:

  • David Cameron - 22%
  • William Hague - 13%
  • Boris Johnson - 12%
  • Ken Clarke - 8%
  • Theresa May - 3%
  • George Osborne - 1%

The Index is conducted by ComRes on behalf of ITV News.

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'Boris Johnson more trusted as an economic leader than George Osborne'

More people say they have trust in Boris Johnson (23%) to see the country through the current economic climate than say the same about George Osborne (19%), Ed Miliband (17%), Nick Clegg (15%) or Ed Balls (15%).

Mr Johnson had the most confidence among 18 to 24 year olds, and those over 65.

The recent announcement that the UK has returned to recession saw a drop in confidence in the economic leadership of David Cameron, George Osborne, Nick Clegg, Ed Miliband and Ed Balls.

The Index is conducted by ComRes on behalf of ITV News.

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