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.
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