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About our 2024 London Mayoral Election news

Latest news on the 2024 London mayoral election results, as Sadiq Khan won a historic third term, defeating Conservative Susan Hall, Lib Dem Rob Blackie, and Green Zoë Garbett.

The 2024 London mayoral election, held on 2 May 2024, saw incumbent Labour Mayor Sadiq Khan secure a historic third term in office. Khan received 43.8% of the vote, an increase of 3.8 percentage points compared to 2021. Conservative candidate Susan Hall came second with 32.7%, a decrease of 2.6 points, while Liberal Democrat Rob Blackie and Green Party nominee Zoë Garbett took third and fourth place, respectively.

Khan's victory came after a hard-fought campaign focused on key issues such as the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) expansion, policing, housing, and transport. The Mayor defended his record and pledged to continue his policies, while Hall had vowed to scrap the ULEZ expansion and prioritise crime reduction. Blackie and Garbett offered alternative visions for London's environment, housing, and social justice.

The campaign saw lively debates, town hall meetings, and endorsements from high-profile figures. However, turnout was 40.5%, the lowest since the 2012 election, with 11,127 ballots rejected - a significant improvement from the 114,000 rejected in 2021.

Khan's third term is a historic moment for London, as he becomes the first Mayor to secure three consecutive victories since the position was created in 2000.

As Khan begins his new term, our NewsNow feed will continue to provide comprehensive coverage of his plans, policies, and the challenges he faces in leading the capital. We'll bring you the latest news, analysis, and reactions from across the political spectrum, ensuring you stay informed about the future of London under Sadiq Khan's leadership.

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