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Elections 2008: In video

Local elections have taken place across England and Wales. In London, voters have been selecting their choice for the London mayor and assembly.

The footage below features the highlights.

BORIS MAKES HIS VICTORY SPEECH

Boris Johnson thanked his "utterly brilliant" campaign team after learning he had won the mayoral contest.

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Boris Johnson's victory speech

KEN TAKES THE BLAME

Defeated Ken Livingstone said he was responsible for not winning another term as mayor.

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Ken Livingstone accepts electoral responsibility

PADDICK THANKS SUPPORTERS

Lib Dem mayoral contender paid tribute to "amazing" Livingstone and thanked his own supporters.

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Brian Paddick reacts to the election results

BROWN'S BAD NIGHT

Prime Minister Gordon Brown has admitted that Labour suffered a "disappointing" night.

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Gordon Brown says he will 'listen and lead'

CAMERON CONGRATULATES PARTY

Conservative leader David Cameron has declared the election results a "big moment" for his party.

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David Cameron on a 'positive vote' for Conservatives

NICK CLEGG 'PLEASED'

Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg has said his party are gaining momentum.

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Nick Clegg says he is proud of his party's performance

LABOUR'S LOSSES

Jeremy Vine takes a look at what would occur if the projected national share was applied to the House of Commons.

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How the projected national share would change the Commons

FATHERLY PRAISE FOR BORIS

Boris Johnson's father, Stanley, has praised his son's "well run" London mayoral election campaign.

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Stanley Johnson heaps praise on his son

CULSHAW'S ELECTION IMPRESSION

Jon Culshaw of Dead Ringers fame gives his impression of the elections to the BBC's Emily Maitlis.

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Jon Culshaw's impression of the elections

BROWN: STALIN TO MR BEAN?

The BBC explores the suggestion that Gordon Brown's leadership has gone from Stalin to Mr Bean.

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In the gallery to see Brown through his leadership

TORY PERFORMANCE

How the analogy of man learning to walk can be used to display the Conservative party's local election results since 1995.

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Tories' local election fortunes since 1995

CLEGG'S LEADERSHIP

Heading to the Wild West we take a look at the performance of Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg.

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A cowboy judges the Lib Dem leader's performance

ANIMATED LOOK AT MAYORAL ELECTION

Jeremy Vine on the characters battling it out in the London mayoral contest, and a look back at previous candidates.

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A comic character version of the mayoral contest





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THE ELECTION RESULTS
COUNCIL RESULTS
  Councillors Councils
Party +/- Total +/- Total
CON 257 3155 12 65
LAB -334 2365 -9 18
LD 33 1804 1 12
PC 31 205 -1 0
OTH 10 898 0 0
NOC - - -3 64
159 of 159 councils declared.

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London Mayoral results
Overall results
Name Party Votes
Johnson CON 1,168,738
Livingstone LAB 1,028,966
Paddick LD 878,097
Berry GRN 409,101

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London Assembly Results
Overall results
Party Constit' Top-up Total seats
CON 8 3 11
LAB 6 2 8
LD 0 3 3
GRN 0 2 2
BNP 0 1 1

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