By Mark Savage
BBC music reporter
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Labour's Sadiq Khan wins a second term as London mayor, pledging to "help build a better and brighter future".
The full results for all candidates for London Mayor were:
- Sadiq Khan (Labour): 1,206,034
- Shaun Bailey (Conservative): 977,601
- Sian Berry (Green): 197,976
- Luisa Porritt (Liberal Democrat): 111,716
The minor party and independent candidates were as follows:
- Niko Omilana (Independent): 49,628
- Laurence Fox (Reclaim): 47,634
- Brian Rose (London Real): 31,111
- Richard Hewison (Rejoin EU): 28,012
- Count Binface (Count Binface for Mayor of London): 24,775
- Mandu Reid (Women's Equality Party): 21,182
- Piers Corbyn (Let London Live): 20,604
- Vanessa Hudson (Animal Welfare): 16,826
- Peter Gammons (UKIP): 14,393
- Farah London (Independent): 11,869
- David Kurten (Heritage): 11,025
- Nims Obunge (Independent): 9,682
- Steve Kelleher (Social Democrats): 8,764
- Kam Balayev (Renew): 7,774
- Max Fosh (Independent): 6,309
- Valerie Brown (Burning Pink): 5,305
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The Conservative candidate Shaun Bailey now makes his speech.
He says he was "written off" by pollsters, journalist and other politicians
"But Londoners didn't write me off," he says.
"As a poor boy, you learn that Londoners are generous of spirit and will give you a hearing."
Mr Bailey congratulates Mr Khan but adds that he hopes the re-elected mayor won't "blame everything on the government".
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London Mayor Sadiq Khan promises to "strain every sinew to help build a better and brighter future for London after the dark days of the pandemic".
"I am proud to have won an overwhelming mandate today," he says.
Addressing those Londoners who didn't vote for him he says: "I will never ignore your voice, your concerns or your worries."
He says the city and the country are divided - "the scars of Brexit remain, a crude culture war is pushing us further apart," he adds.
"We must use this moment of national recovery to heal those divisions.
"Coronavirus doesn't care if you are a Brexiteer, a Remainer or woke."
He says it is better to build bridges rather than walls and promises to "build bridges between City Hall and the government".