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London's winners and losers: the speeches

The highs and lows of election night in London were captured by BBC London's cameras early on Friday morning. Watch some of the speeches here.

Joanne Cash's losing speech

BBC London was the only broadcaster present at the declaration of the results.

The Conservative candidate for the constituency of Westminster North , Joanne Cash, lost her bid for the seat in the early hours of Friday morning.

BBC London was the only broadcaster present at the declaration of the results. Since then her concession speech has been much discussed in the media and online. This is her speech in full.

Tony McNulty's concession speech

Watch Tony McNulty's concession speech

The former Minister for London Tony McNulty lost his Harrow East seat on Friday to the Conservative candidate Bob Blackman.

Mr McNulty had been ordered to repay £13,837 and apologise to the Commons after using his parliamentary expenses to allow his parents to live rent-free in his constituency home.

Margaret Hodge tells the BNP to 'get out and stay out'

Margaret Hodge told the BNP to 'get out and stay out' of Barking

Tourism minister Margaret Hodge held onto her Barking seat last week with an increased vote and 16,000 majority.

As she was declared winner she told BNP leader Nick Griffin, who came third with just 6,620 votes, that his party should 'pack their bags and go'.

Sadiq Khan's acceptance speech

Sadiq Khan survived a 3.6 per cent swing and his majority being cut by more than half to be re-elected

Chants of 'yes we Khan' rang out as transport minister Sadiq Khan won the key marginal seat of Tooting.

The Labour MP survived a 3.6% swing and his majority being cut by more than half to be re-elected, and denied allegations that he had run a 'dirty' campaign.

Zac Goldsmith's winners' speech

Watch Zac Goldsmith's acceptance speech

The multimillionaire environmentalist Zac Goldsmith took one of the Tories' key London targets - Richmond Park in south west London.

He overturned Lib Dem Susan Kramer's 3,731 majority to win with a 4,091 majority of his own and said he felt 'hugely honoured'.




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