London mayoral election 2012: The Ken vs Boris rematch

Four years ago Labour and the Conservatives battled through a hard-fought campaign for the London mayoralty between two very strong personalities. Four years later, Ken Livingstone and Boris Johnson are repeating the fixture with a grudge match - but their roles are reversed. We've been out on the road with both candidates and following the race in detail: on this page we've brought together the highlights of our coverage.


Traffic pollution hanging over East London earlier this year.

The pro-car lobby is trying to destroy London

Boris Johnson has abandoned attempts to get people out of their cars.


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Four more years for Boris Johnson?

Interview: Boris Johnson

Boris takes on hairdressers, a crepe suzette and a college full of student voters as he seeks re-election to City Hall.

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