The Conservatives and UKIP lose their London MEPs, but Labour, Brexit and Greens all take seats.Read more
Change UK candidate and former BBC journalist Gavin Esler gives "huge thanks" to voters - after failing to win a seat in London.
His party got 5.2% of the vote share in London - not enough to secure them a seat.
In London, UKIP's vote share fell by 14.8% - meaning they lost their one London MEP who was also the party leader Gerard Batten.
The Lib Dems vote share went up by 20%, and The Brexit Party by 18%.
Labour's share fell by 12.7%, while UKIP and the Conservatives fell by 14.8% and 14.6% respectively.
Professor Sir John Curtice
Nothing illustrates more clearly the success of the Lib Dems in winning over Remain voters than the party's success at coming a clear first in the capital, something it has never come remotely close to achieving in a previous election.
The Greens have also prospered to some degree with a three point increase in its vote to 12%.
Meanwhile the Brexit Party have inevitably done less well here with a modest 18% of the vote.
Meanwhile the weakness of Change UK is underlined by its inability to get more than 5% in this most Remain party of England.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn might not appreciate this result on his birthday.
His party has lost the borough of Islington to the Liberal Democrats.
Mr Corbyn lives in the borough, within which his Islington North constituency falls.
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Haringey's new mayor has pledged to support vulnerable children after being elected for a record-breaking fourth term.
Cllr Sheila Peacock said she was determined to make “a long-lasting difference to children’s lives for years to come” after being sworn in at Haringey’s annual council meeting last night.
The long-serving Northumberland Park councillor set a target of raising £50,000 for her chosen charities – £10,000 more than during her last term as mayor.
Cllr Peacock said her slogan for the year would be “from Haringey, for Haringey.”
She said: “I promise during my year I will do my best to work hard and continue to promote Haringey and all the good work the council does, even in difficult times.
“I am proud to stand before you, a Jewish woman joined by a Jewish deputy mayor and a Jewish deputy leader – three girls who made it good.”
The new mayor pledged to focus on children who “from no fault of their own have to contend with severe disabilities or problems”.
She said: “I am determined to make a long-lasting difference to children’s lives for years to come.
“We must help these children to grow and thrive. Every child matters.
“Let’s make the motto of this borough – ‘progress with humanity’ – an actual thing for the people in Haringey.”
A man is in hospital with life threatening injuries after a stabbing in Mitcham this afternoon, the Met Police has confirmed.
Officers were called to Lammas Avenue at 12:00 BST to reports of two males fighting - one of the men suffered injuries to his leg and arm.
The Met say a Section 60 order has been put in place throughout different parts of Mitcham while initial investigations are being carried out.
There have been no arrests as yet.
The Metropolitan Police is being investigated over "the level of force" used to detain a teenage girl in Newham who was hit with a baton and Tasered.
The Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) became aware of the incident which happened on 8 May at about 19:20 on Roman Road.
IOPC's Sal Naseem said: "Having reviewed the complaint and viewed body worn video footage of the incident we decided that this matter requires an independent investigation.
"It is important for everyone involved that we understand the circumstances surrounding this incident."
The Met Police said it made the referral to the IOPC.
The sentencing of two men convicted of the murder a man who was beaten to death and stabbed outside his home in Battersea, has been delayed.
Ian Tomlin, 46, was attacked inside the communal area of his block of flats in October by Gary Beech, 48, and Michael Swan, 45.
Mr Tomlin (pictured) was struck so hard the bat "split", the Old Bailey heard during the trial.
Beech, of Cromwell House, and Swan, from Wandsworth, were due to be sentenced at the Old Bailey today - however Swan has requested a new barrister to represent him.
Judge Rebecca Poulet told the defendant that he would be expected to represent himself if he could not arrange a new lawyer within the next two weeks.
The judge told Mr Tomlin’s family how sorry she was the sentencing could not proceed today.
Beech, of Charlotte Despard Avenue, and Swan, of Enterprise Way, are due to be sentenced on 31 May.
Thousands of serving and retired police officers, police staff, their families and friends will gather at Westminster Abbey today for a special service of thanksgiving to mark 100 years of women police officers in the Met.
This event echoes the service of 100 years ago held at the Abbey to honour the fallen police officers of the First World War.
That service, on 17 May 1919, was the first occasion where female Met officers wore their uniforms in public.
One hundred years ago today, on 17 May 1919, Met Police women appeared in public for the first time at a special service at Westminster Abbey held to honour the losses of officers in the first world war. A century on, in 2019, I am delighted that Westminster Abbey will once again host a unique service and welcome on this occasion not just a handful, but thousands of Met police women, who will represent even more of their colleagues."
Last year Jamal Reilly was sleeping rough on the streets of London.