The Conservatives have revealed their final shortlist of three who all hope to be chosen to be the party's candidate for London mayor. The shortlist has been chosen from ten candidates who had put their names forward. One will now be picked to stand in the election for the Tories in two years' time.
It means that for the first time, the Conservative candidate will not have served as an MP. The previous candidates, Steve Norris, Boris Johnson and Zac Goldsmith all had parliamentary experience. The current mayor Sadiq Khan has already confirmed he will stand again.
However, the shortlist will not please everyone - the Conservative MP Jacob Rees-Mogg wanted it to include a Eurosceptic.