Count begins in London as Sadiq Khan faces fight for second term as mayor

The London Mayor candidates Shaun Bailey (C) Sadiq Khan (Lab) Luisa Porritt (LD) Sian Berry (Green) Kam Balayev (Renew) Vanessa Hudson (AWP) Count Binface (Binface) Richard Hewison (EU) David Kurten (Heritage) Piers Corbyn (LLL) Brian Rose (LRP) Valerie Brown (Pink) Laurence Fox (Reclaim) Steve Kelleher (Soc Dem) Mandu Reid (Women) Niko Omilana (Ind) Max Fosh (Ind) Nims … Read more

what time do the polls close today and when will the results be announced?

Wales  Voting is in 40 FPTP constituencies and five regional Proportional Representation top-up seats, and counting is due to take place in the day on Friday, with results from FPTP seats expected from about 3pm and peaking about 5pm. Potential estimated declaration times include: 2pm – Vale of Clwyd 4pm – Arfon 5pm – Bridgend and … Read more

what time do polls open and who are the candidates running against Sadiq Khan?

Will Sadiq Khan win a second term as London mayor? As of May 5, Mr Khan is currently leading polls, with 62 per cent to Mr Bailey’s 38 per cent in the second round of polls, according to recent Politico survey data.  How can I vote for the next London mayor? You can vote in person at your … Read more

what time do the polls open on May 6 and how many councils are taking part?

Voters will go to polling stations on Thursday, May 6, where over 5,000 seats are up for election, the biggest number of seats since 1973.  Local councillors and Police and Crime Commissioners will be appointed following the elections, and Londoners will also be able to vote in the city’s Mayoral election on Thursday. These elections were … Read more

when it is, latest polls and candidates running against Sadiq Khan

Will Sadiq Khan win a second term? As of April 29, Khan is currently leading polls, with 63 per cent to Bailey’s 37 per cent in the second round of polls, according to recent Politico survey data.  How can I vote for the next London mayor? You can vote in person at your local polling station on May … Read more

when are they, how many councils are taking part and how does voting work?

The local council elections will be held next Thursday, May 6 after a whole year’s delay due to coronavirus. The emergency Coronavirus Act passed by parliament saw the election of local councillors, Police and Crime Commissioners, and the Mayor of London (among others) postponed in 2020, with the serving elected officials remaining in their posts for … Read more

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