12.53 Comment moderation back on. Pathetic behaviour by the usual anonymongs.
12.07 Numbers voting in one of Fulham's biggest polling district - which is very Tory - are triple what they were in the first two hours of voting compared with 2004. This has to be good news for Boris.
11.57 I am taking comment moderation off for the rest of the day to ensure a live debate can take place. Please don't abuse the priviledge otherwise I will restore it.
11.49 Report from Honor Oak, SE23: "After being harangued every day for the past two weeks at the station by a gray-ponytailed, sandal and denim waistcoat wearing OAP handing out Ken leaflets, I went to vote this morning. No queue, no waiting. This is without question Labour turf. Very quiet.
11.37 Michael White seems to believe Boris is going to win.
11.31 A poll conducted by YouGov for TalkTalk reveals that 1 in 4 Londoners say they are unlikely to vote today, while 50% say they would be more likely if voting was available online.
11.05 Vicky Ford is hopeful the Conservatives are about to gain a presence on Cambridge City Council.
10.45 Overheard in a barbershop in Exeter: "I don't normally vote but I'm going to today. I want to give Brown a good kicking". Will this be the story of today?
09.18 Behind Blue Eyes reports on a huge turnout and the liberating experience of voting.
09.17 Huge Boris GOTV operation going on at London Bridge station. Is it happening at all main stations? Feedback please.
09.15 Hot rumour is that Lord Levy has been telling friends he has voted by post. And let's just say it isn't for Ken...
09.10 Huge turnouts at polling stations in Pimlico. And they don't look like Ken voters, I'm told