Where in the capital voted Labour and Tories (Picture: Getty/Metro.co.uk)

A map shows how Londoners voted in the capital’s mayoral race after Sadiq Khan won a historical third term as the Mayor.

Conservatives suffered heavy losses in the local council elections, marking a bleak time for the party ahead of the next General Election.

Labour took a landslide victory across councils and in mayoral elections, with Richard Parker winning narrowly in West Midlands and Andy Burnham with a bigger margin in Greater Manchester today.

In London, Sadiq Khan beat the Tory candidate Susan Hall by 43.8% to 32.7%.

Khan’s winning margin was 275,000 votes.

His victory came despite initial fears that the Ulez expansion last year could damage his popularity.

Here is how London voted in the mayoral contest.

How the votes were cast across London (Provider: Metro.co.uk)
Sadiq Khan, 53, was all smiles after winning his third term (Picture: Leon Neal/Getty Images)
Final vote breakdown in London Mayor election (Provider: Metro.co.uk)

Boroughs in central London, north and immediately south of River Thames voted red.

Areas bordering the Home Counties in northwest, east and southeast London chose Conservative.

The voter turnout in the 2024 London Mayor race was 40.5% – down by 1.5% from previous election in 2021.



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