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Sian Berry (Green Party candidate for Mayor of London) - from the Archive.<br />
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London, 05/05/2016. Today, Londoners are called to elect the new London Mayor (the last one is Boris Johnson MP who was re-elected in 2012 with a Turnout between 35% - Source City Hall - and 38.1% - Source Wikipedia) and the London Assembly. It is the fifth election to the position of Mayor (created in 2000 after a referendum in London). The main contenders are probable to be the Conservative candidate, Zac Goldsmith MP (Member of Parliament for Richmond Park) and the Labour Party candidate Sadiq Khan MP (Member of Parliament for Tooting. In total there are 12 candidates for the seat of London Mayor:<br />
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-Siân Berry, Green Party of England and Wales.<br />
-Zac Goldsmith, Conservative Party.<br />
-Sadiq Khan, Labour Party.<br />
-Caroline Pidgeon, Liberal Democrats.<br />
-Peter Whittle, UK Independence Party.<br />
-Lee Harris, Cannabis Is Safer Than Alcohol.<br />
-Sophie Walker, Women's Equality Party.<br />
-Ankit Love, One Love Party.<br />
-George Galloway, Respect Party.<br />
-John Zylinski, Independent.<br />
-David Furness, British National Party.<br />
-Paul Golding, Britain First.<br />
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The counting of the votes of the Mayor of London and the London Assembly will begin in the morning (8AM) of the 6th of May 2016. This process will take place in three count centres across London: Alexandra Palace, Excel, and Olympia. The new Mayor and the London Assembly will be nominated at City Hall after the counting by the Greater London Returning Office during the same day.<br />
For more information please click here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/London_mayoral_election,_2016 & https://www.londonelects.org.uk
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Sian Berry (Green Party candidate for Mayor of London) - from the Archive.

London, 05/05/2016. Today, Londoners are called to elect the new London Mayor (the last one is Boris Johnson MP who was re-elected in 2012 with a Turnout between 35% - Source City Hall - and 38.1% - Source Wikipedia) and the London Assembly. It is the fifth election to the position of Mayor (created in 2000 after a referendum in London). The main contenders are probable to be the Conservative candidate,...
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