The new Member of Parliament for Witney, the seat in Oxfordshire vacated by the former Prime Minister David Cameron, has been revealed after yesterday's by-election.
Robert Courts, the deputy leader of West Oxfordshire Council won, securing the constituency once again for the Conservatives.
However, the Tory majority was cut from more than 25,000 for David Cameron in last year's general election to a majority of just 5,702 this time around. The Liberal Democrats came in second place, seeing a 19.3% swing from the Conservatives
Our Political Correspondent Phil Hornby was at the count.
The interviewees are Robert Courts MP; and Liz Leffman ,the Lib Dem parliamentary candidate.
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