Tory Tony Arbour wins South West London assembly seat
Tory Tony Arbour has been declared the winner in the race to represent Kingston, Richmond and Twickenham people in City Hall.
Meanwhile Boris Johnson has won more than 50 percent of the first preference votes in the race to become London Mayor.
The official declaration for Assembly Members was made moments ago for the South West London constituency which covers Richmond, Twickenham, Kingston.
Second preference votes are still being counted for the mayoral election.
Merton and Wandsworth was the first of the 14 electoral divisions to declare its final result, while London-wide results are expected this evening.
Another 11 assembly members are selected by proportional representation from the London-wide vote.
The 25 members of the London Assembly perform a scrutiny role in City Hall by holding the mayor to account and through work on committees.
•Tony Arbour, (Conservative): 40 per cent;
•Lisa Homan (Labour): 30 per cent;
•Munira Wilson (Liberal Democrats): 16 per cent (11,904);
•Daniel Goldsmith (Green): 10 per cent;
•Jeffrey Warner (UKIP): 5 per cent;
How South West London voted for London's Mayor (first preferences):
•Boris Johnson (Conservative): 53 per cent;
•Ken Livingstone (Labour): 30 per cent;
•Brian Paddick (Liberal Democrats): 5 per cent;
•Jenny Jones (Green): 4 per cent;
•Siobhan Benita (Independent): 4 per cent;
•Lawrence Webb (UKIP): 2 per cent;
•Carlos Cortiglia (BNP): 1 per cent.