The Labour Party must stop thinking it has to put communities on a see-saw – constantly seeking to balance one group’s interests against the other
'The fact that that person happens to be from my party, the fact that the leader of my party is failing to call it out, that’s irrelevant. I have to call it out'
The first Muslim mayor of a major western capital hit out at Donald Trump
PM and Defence Minister Michael Fallon both accused Mr Gani of sharing a platform with members of the Islamist group in the run-up to the London mayoral election
'I can make a difference - having a track record in campaigning for equality and with personal experience of disability and going through gender transition. That demonstrates resilience'
The one hour ‘Hopper’ fare will allow passengers to make one additional bus journey for free
'This isn’t just about me – it’s about my friends, my family and everyone who comes from a background similar to mine, anywhere in the world'
The presumptive Republican candidate said he was 'happy' voters had chosen Mr Khan, a practising Muslim
The Tory Mayoral campaign claim Sadiq Khan has links to Islamic extremists reared its head once again yesterday with a tweet from a prominent Conservative party member.
'How can Zac be racist when he has two beloved nephews he adores, Jemima’s boys?'
'In Labour our mission is to improve the lives of people. We only do that by winning elections. We only do that by speaking to people who have not voted Labour'
'London has risen above discrimination and bigotry and emerged as great centre of human civilisation setting a great example for the world'
Sir Ian McKellen, Ed Miliband and Doreen Lawrence were among those watching him be sworn into office
Sadiq Khan's victory could be good news for Labour critics of Jeremy Corbyn – if the new London Mayor has time to play party politics alongside dealing with issues like housing and transport
'I’m hoping we can work with Sadiq Khan. Stuff gets said during elections, questions get posed,' says Mr Fallon
'I am hearing the problem with the count is more significant than was first let on. The computer which counts the votes has apparently allocated them to the wrong party'