A confirmed list of candidates hoping to become London's next Mayor has been released by City Hall.
London Elects said the city will choose from the list of 12 as to who their next Mayor will be for the next four years.
Greater London returning officer Jeff Jacobs said: “The Mayor and the London Assembly hold important and powerful roles.
"The winning mayoral candidate will be responsible for issues that affect every Londoner – from transport and policing, to housing and the environment – with an annual budget of about £16billion.
"It’s up to the 5.8million Londoners who are eligible to vote to make a decision on who will run the capital for the next four years."
|Name of candidate||Political party|
|Sian Rebecca Berry||Green Party|
|David Furness||British National Party|
|George Galloway||RESPECT Party|
|Paul Golding||Britain First|
|Zac Goldsmith||Conservative Party|
|Lee Eli Harris||Cannabis is Safer Than Alcohol|
|Sadiq Aman Khan||Labour Party|
|Ankit Love||One Love Party|
|Caroline Valerie Pidgeon||London Liberal Democrats|
|Sophie Walker||Women's Equality Party|
|Peter Robin Whittle||UK Independence Party|
A list of the candidates running for the 14 constituency positions has also been published, including four west London areas - Hillingdon and Ealing , West Central, Brent and Harrow and South West London.
The election itself will see nearly 4,000 polling stations set up across London on May 5, manned by 11,400 members of staff.
Londoners must be registered by April 18 in order to have their say in May.
To vote by post, electors need to register as a postal voter by 5pm on Tuesday April 19.
Those who sign up will receive a booklet containing 10 "mini manifestos" from mayoral candidates, which parties paid £10,000 for in order to be featured.
Voters will receive three ballot papers when they go to vote: one for the Mayor, one for the London-wide Assembly Members and one for the Constituency Assembly Members.