People across South London have been voting for who they would like to see as the next London mayor, and many have already made a firm decision in Pollards Hill.

Labour’s Sadiq Khan is hoping to hold onto the mayoral role after being granted an additional year due to the local elections being postponed in 2020.

Bookmakers say that Mr Khan is likely to win a second term, with Tory candidate Shaun Bailey predicted to be second in the race.

Voters choose the mayor using the supplementary vote system, picking a first and a second preference for the job.

We decided to visit a polling station at the New Horizon Centre in Pollards Hill, to hear resident's views about the London mayoral election.

Read more: Colliers Wood voters speak out on election day

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This morning, reporter Monica Charsley spoke to some residents about who they would be voting for and why.

While some residents said they would not be voting, others had some very strong views.

Read more: London elections live: South Londoners head to the polls

From supporting Merton's youth to legalising cannabis and privatisation of the NHS, we report what residents had to say.

See footage above.

Have you submitted your vote? Tell us who you would like to see as the next London Mayor in the comment section.