Mayor of London election count today - get every development at London24.com

07:05 04 May 2012

The new Mayor of London will be known later after all votes have been counted today.

The composition of the 25 member London Assembly, the body tasked with holding to account the Mayor, will also be decided.

You can get live rolling coverage of the count all day at www.London24.com.

We are bringing you all the latest developments as they happen - with reporters stationed at the three count centres and at City Hall to capture the news and reactions.

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