NI Election Results Announced

The results of the elected 18 MPs to Westminster have been announced following an overnight count.

The DUP won eight seats, Sinn Fein took four, the SDLP won three, the UUP took two and one independent.

The results were:

• Belfast South - SDLP - Alastair McDonnell

• Belfast North - DUP - Nigel Dodds

• Belfast West - Sinn Féin - Paul Maskey

• Belfast East - DUP - Gavin Robinson

• Lagan Valley - DUP - Jeffrey Donaldson

• West Tyrone - Sinn Féin - Pat Doherty
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• North Down - Independent - Lady Sylvia Hermon

• Fermanagh/South Tyrone - UUP - Tom Elliott

• North Antrim - DUP - Ian Paisley

• South Antrim - UUP - Danny Kinahan

• East Antrim - DUP - Sammy Wilson

• Foyle - SDLP - Mark Durkan

• East L'Derry - DUP - Gregory Campbell

• Strangford - DUP - Jim Shannon

• Upper Bann - DUP - David Simpson

• South Down - SDLP - Margaret Ritchie

• Newry and Armagh - Sinn Féin - Mickey Brady

• Mid Ulster - Sinn Féin - Francie Malloy


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