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Labour councillor who thought he had lost re-elected after votes found 'under Tory pile'

Duncan Enright (centre) was re-elected in Witney. Credit: Duncan Enright/Twitter

A Labour councillor who thought he had lost his seat was re-elected after a bundle of votes was found "under a Tory pile".

Duncan Enright, who stood against David Cameron in the 2015 general election in Witney, Oxfordshire, thought he had lost his seat by around 70 votes.

But the "delighted" councillor later tweeted to say he had been re-elected in Witney East ward after the surprise discovery.

The drama unfolded on social media in a series of tweets by Mr Enright:

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