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due soon apparently. going to be extremely close. heard earlier that bojo may win by 2%

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It's not exactly the trouncing they were expecting for Ken. Shame the fucking muppet is looking safe though

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Its confirmed.

Well done London

*slow hand clap*

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Chief analyst at YouGov:

[boris Johnson] has a clear lead. It is currently running at about 4 percentage points. Boris was up 1 point from four years ago. Ken is up 3 points from four years ago. So the gap has closed by 2. The gap was 6. The gap is now 4. It may change very slightly with the remaining 5 seats. But not by much.

[What we are seeing with second preferences] is that Ken is slightly ahead, but there's not much in it. So if Boris is coming out 3 or 4 points ahead on the first count, as I think he wil, that's too big a lead for Ken to overturn. So my prediction is that Boris will be up at around 51 and a half, 52%, Ken 48, 48 and a half per cent. A tantalisingly narrow vote. But I think it is just wide enough, with the figures we've got, to say Boris has won.

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can't help but agree with ken, probably looking at a future tory leader in bojo, also the smear campaign possibly worked a bit as well. only 58000ish votes in it at the end. ah well

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can't help but agree with ken, probably looking at a future tory leader in bojo, also the smear campaign possibly worked a bit as well. only 58000ish votes in it at the end. ah well

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There's a very interesting North-South split in London between Labour and Conservative respecitvely in the Assembly votes. It's a city which Is gonna face extraordinary social problems in the next 4 years.

Good job they elected Bor......oh

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can't help but agree with ken, probably looking at a future tory leader in bojo, also the smear campaign possibly worked a bit as well. only 58000ish votes in it at the end. ah well

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what makes it funnier is that because of all the delays, most of the papers may have gone to print all about the council losses for the tories and not about this. haven't seen any papers yet but thats what they guessed last night so it may be false.

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nice to see the tory's locallism bollocks get rejected. whats the deal with police commissioners, do we get a referendum on that too?

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