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.
Boris takes on hairdressers, a crepe suzette and a college full of student voters as he seeks re-election to City Hall.Tweet
Ken looks for votes in his London heartland
The incumbent courts the votes of students in Croydon
Extracts from our interview, plus political analysis
Boris Johnson insisted he would have ultimate authorisation on when police use a water cannon against demonstrators, during Mayoral Question Time this morning.
While London develops its railway system, other regions in the country may be left behind in new transport.
We've spent a lot of time talking about the possibility of a Johnson getting into Downing Street - and now it's finally happened. Few expected it would be Jo Johnson, the unassuming younger brother of Boris, who got into No 10 first.
The battle over Margaret Thatcher's legacy continued today as Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson put pen to paper to insist that the Iron Lady would have agreed with all their major policy positions.
There were questions about Boris Johnson's commitment to democratic scrutiny at City Hall today, after he handed over extensive new financial powers to unelected officials.
The Liberal Democrats are "wobbling jellies of indecision", Boris Johnson has said, as coalition infighting in the Eastleigh by-election goes into overdrive.
Boris Johnson risked ridicule today when he claimed the snow in Britain suggested we could entering a mini-ice age.
Just over half of Londoners would prefer to live outside the capital, a surprising new survey from YouGov revealed today.
Boris Johnson is nervous about any plan to hold an in/out referendum on Europe, he admitted yesterday.
Increases in fares have wiped out any boost to people's income.
David Cameron is a lunatic obsessed with Britain's colonial past, the lead actor in American Pie has said.
The star and director of Grassroots talk to politics.co.uk about idealism, US politics and what David Cameron looks like when he goes for a curry.
A barrage of cuts could drive lower income families out of London altogether.
Downing Street has questioned moves by Labour to force contractors to pay their employees the living wage.
The coalition's decision to kick airport expansion into the long grass until the next election is "toxic and disastrous", Boris Johnson said today.
Controversial Tory MP Nadine Dorries talks frankly about abortion, Cameron's leadership and her Christian faith.
Boris Johnson could be in a position to return to parliament as early as next year in preparation for a leadership bid, Tory backbencher Nadine Dorries has said.
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