Labour need two wards to retain Council

Doug Taylor, leader of the Enfield Borough Council at the election

Doug Taylor, leader of the Enfield Borough Council at the election

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Labour currently needs two more wards to retain control of Enfield Borough Council.

In what has been a prolonged evening at Lee Valley Athletics, in Edmonton, a quick fire 14 wards have been announced.

So far, Labour has retained: Palmers Green, Turkey Street, Upper Edmonton, Ponders End, Lower Edmonton, Jubilee, Haselbury, Enfield Highway, Bowes and Edmonton Green.

The Conservatives have retained Grange, Highlands, Town and Southgate.

Seven wards are still to be announced with rumours suggesting Chase ward and Southgate Green will be the closest run wards.

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