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Sadiq Khan has won—but has he won well?

Khan is London's new Mayor, but how much heart should Labour take from the victory?

By John Curtice  

Sadiq Khan, Labour Party candidate, speaks on the podium after winning the London mayoral elections, at City Hall in London, Saturday, May 7, 2016 ©Kirsty Wigglesworth/AP/Press Association Images

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Were you up for Sadiq Khan? Probably not given the failure of London Elects (once again) to announce formally the outcome of the contest for the country’s biggest electoral office…

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