The second part of our story of the night
Boris Johnson has seen off Labour hopes of a Ken Livingstone revival to triumph in the 2012 London mayoral race.
It's been a hard-fought campaign for the London mayoral elections. Labour's candidate Ken Livingstone has always trailed behind Boris Johnson but has refused to give up as the race for City Hall continues.
There are politicians with track records. And then there is Ken Livingstone.
We've been talking with Ken Livingstone as he seeks re-election to City Hall.
Ken Livingstone tried to patch things up with his Labour rival for mayoral candidate today with an offer of a job for Oona King if he wins the elections.
politics.co.uk spends a morning with London mayoral hopeful Ken Livingstone on the campaign trail.
Read Ken Livingstone's speech on the final stages of the London Mayoral elections in full on politics.co.uk
Boris Johnson is promising to cut council tax by ten per cent over the next four years, escalating the battle over which candidate will leave Londoners 'better off'.
Olympic officials and corporate executives should be forced to get the Tube to the event like everyone else, Ken Livingstone said today.
The battle for London's City Hall remained vicious and bad-tempered today, as Boris Johnson and Ken Livingstone accused each other of fraud and indifference.
The truth is, Ken Livingstone never really left you.
Freedom of speech concerns are being raised after Boris Johnson banned an anti-gay bus advert.
Ken Livingstone showed his emotional side in an unexpectedly tearful response to his election broadcast at his manifesto launch this morning.
Watch Ken Livingstone's election broadcast on politics.co.uk.
Ken Livingstone could end up in City Hall after next month's election despite opinion shows showing Boris Johnson building a solid lead.
We're used to 80s nostalgia, mid mid-noughties seems a little recent.
Boris Johnson has repeatedly accused Ken Livingstone of being a "f***ing liar" in a post-hustings clash in a lift.
Green voters should give their second preference votes to Ken Livingstone to prevent Boris Johnson winning the London Mayoral election, members have decided.
The elections for London's mayor are drawing closer. And, just to make sure things don’t get too interesting, the candidates are precisely the same as in 2008.
Ken Livingstone prompted a storm of controversy again last night after he suggested Britain should "hang a banker a week until the others improve".
Ken Livingstone ran into a storm of controversy today when he said the Conservative party was "riddled" with homosexuality.
Watch Ken Livingstone's "hard-hitting" campaign video promising to fight crime if he is re-elected as London Mayor.
Ken Livingstone tried to build on his surprising new lead over Boris Johnson today with a promise to resign as mayor if he fails to cut fares.