Labour have gained county council seats from the Conservatives in Witney North and East, and in Chipping Norton - where ex-Prime Minister David Cameron lives.

The Witney North and East seat was won by Duncan Enright with 1606 votes.

Suzanne Bartington, who resigned from the Tories to sit as an independent was the previous councillor.

Labour's Geoff Saul, who also represented the area on West Oxfordshire District Council, took the Chipping Norton seat with 1,528 votes, with Conservative Maz Holland getting 1,468.

Labour held on to its seat in Witney South and Central. Andrew Coles will be the new councillor, with Laura Price standing down.

For the latest results from the election count floor, follow live updates here.

And for a list of all the winners and losers in the county council elections as they happen, click here.

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