London Labor Mayor Sadiq Khan has been re-elected, according to the BBC’s predictions based on an almost complete ballot. The mayor, the son of Pakistani immigrants, did not predict the first ballot, as some polls predicted, was that the consensus fell short of 2015 and spread to his party when he lost a seat in the capital’s assembly. The Conservative Verdi won one of the Liberal Democrats. Leader Care Stormer continues at gunpoint after Deputy Angela Rainer was ousted. To do this, Sadiq Khan needed a quick run-off against Sean Bailey, a Tory of Caribbean descent, which was better than expected, with the British system of counting managers second to succeed only in best managers when the first priorities were turned upside down. Candidates’ voter preferences were eliminated in the first round.
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