It has just been revealed that in the local constituency the first count gave the Lib Dems victory by three votes.
The recount gave the Lib Dems victory by two votes.
Another recount gave the SNP victory by two votes, and the Returning Officer declared this as the result and refused another recount!
Can't help feeling something is not quire right, though there is no legal challenge.
If best of three wasn't good enough we should at least have had best of five!
If they are incapable of counting correctly then I suppose the only fair solution is another vote.
Yes, demand a recount- up to 7 in the past
You cab demand all you want, but if the Returning Officer declares a result, that's it!
Perhaps a case of 'keep recounting until you get the result I wanted'.
My misgivings exactly.
While the ERO is obviously neutral, his boss, the council, is controlled by a Lab/SNP alliance.
The election result can be challenged: see
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