Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 16 September 2014

Northern Ireland results in 2010 General Election

Sinn Fein's Michelle Gildernew celebrates after winning the seat for Fermanagh South Tyrone at westminster election by four votes. May 2010
Sinn Fein's Michelle Gildernew answers questions from the press following the suspension of the count at 5am on Friday morning
The Vauxhall Cavalier taxi on which a controlled explosion was carried out on last night outside Templemore Sports Comples in Londonderry where votes were being counted in the general election

The results for Northern Ireland in the 2010 General Election have been announced.

East Belfast: Peter Robinson loses Westminster seat

South Belfast: DUP candidate Jimmy Spratt urges unionist pact

West Tyrone: Sinn Fein's Pat Doherty holds seat

Upper Bann: David Simpson holds his seat

East Antrim: Sammy Wilson cruises to comfortable victory

Fermanagh South Tyrone: Michelle Gidernew wins by four votes

Lagan Valley: DUP's Jeffrey Donaldson ready to join talks on forming government

North Antrim: Ian Paisley Junior's celebrations halted by questions about Peter Robinson

Foyle: Comfortable win for SDLP's Mark Durkan

North Belfast: Nigel Dodds hails North Belfast victory as vote for progress

West Belfast: 'Stream of unionists help Gerry Adams to victory'

Strangford: DUP hold seat

Mid-Ulster: Martin McGuinness increases share of vote

South Antrim: Firebrand preacher defeats UUP leader Sir Reg Empey in South Antrim

Newry and Armagh: Victory for Sinn Fein's Conor Murphy

South Down: SDLP leader Margaret Ritchie claims landslide

East Londonderry: TUV president in humiliating defeat

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