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Labour must 'reach beyond its own activists'

Newly elected London mayor Sadiq Khan said Labour must "reach beyond its own activists" if it wishes to win a general election.

Mr Khan said internal party squabbles "mean little or nothing to the huge majority of voters", while he also criticised the Conservative electoral campaign - comparing it to something "straight out the Donald Trump playbook".

On Saturday, Mr Khan was elected mayor, having received a total of 1,310,143 votes, with his closest rival, Conservative Zac Goldsmith, receiving 994,614 votes.

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Britain First candidate turns back on Khan speech

Paul Golding (second left) of Britain First Credit: PA

Britain First mayoral candidate Paul Golding turned his back on Sadiq Khan as the new London mayor gave his victory speech on Saturday morning.

Earlier on in the elections results, the announcement of Mr Golding's 31,372 votes was greeted by cheers from within the crowd.

But as Mr Khan stepped up to the microphone to give his speech, Mr Golding turned his back away from the audience and remained facing the wall until the mayor finished.

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