LONDON: Labour candidate Sadiq Khan is leading the London mayoral elections race, provisional counting shows.
According to London Elects, he leads Conservative Zac Goldsmith after 10 declarations. The final result is due to be announced later.
So far, 13 out of 14 London Assembly seats have been declared.
Labour have won eight, having taken Merton and Wandsworth from the Conservatives, who have held five boroughs.
Barnet and Camden, Brent and Harrow, Enfield and Haringey, Greenwich and Lewisham, Lambeth and Southwark, City and East, Ealing and Hillingdon are also held by Labour.
The Conservatives have held Croydon and Sutton, Bexley and Bromley, Havering and Redbridge, South West, as well as West Central.
After 12 areas declared, 43% of voters for the London Assembly supported Labour, while 32% voted Conservatives.
So far, voter turnout is 45%, an increase of 7% on 2012.
Courtesy : TheNews