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Northern Ireland results in 2010 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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