How Khan and Bailey reacted to the end result
In his victory speech from City Hall, Mr Khan stated he was “deeply humbled” to be re-elected as mayor, and pledged to a construct a “higher and brighter future” for the capital following the coronavirus pandemic.
“It’s on this spirit that I promise to steer London over the subsequent three years, constructing bridges between the completely different communities in our metropolis, constructing bridges throughout cultural, social and sophistication divides,” he stated.
“Building bridges between London and the remainder of the nation to make sure London can play its half in a nationwide restoration.
“And constructing bridges between City Hall and the Government.
“Because we should all work collectively to construct a brighter, greener and extra equal future for London, and for our whole nation, after the pandemic.”
It comes after usually frosty relations between Mr Khan and the Government, together with a current row with Prime Minister Boris Johnson, his predecessor as mayor, over Transport for London’s (TfL) funds.
Conservative candidate Mr Bailey, in a speech from City Hall, claimed he had been “written off” by pollsters and journalists throughout his marketing campaign – however not by Londoners.
He stated: “As I went via these, for me what was two years of campaigning, one feeling felt acquainted to me, one problem had all the time felt the identical.
“And that was the sensation of being written off – by pollsters, by journalists, by fellow politicians.
“But it is no shock to me that Londoners did not write me off.”
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