The UUP has announced the final candidates it is putting forward for the General Election on June 8.
The UUP and DUP have ruled out an overall pact for Northern Ireland in the General Election.
As a result on Monday the party announced the candidates it is running for south and east Belfast.
The DUP has already announced it is not standing in Fermanagh and South Tyrone, where it is giving the UUP's Tom Elliott a free run against Sinn Fein.
The UUP has declared it will not field a candidate in North Belfast, where it is urging unionists to vote for the DUP's Nigel Dodds.
The UUP will also stand aside in Foyle and West Belfast.
The UUP candidates are:
Newry & Armagh Sam Nicholson
South Belfast Michael Henderson
East Belfast Hazel Legge
East Antrim John Stewart
East Londonderry Richard Holmes
Fermanagh & South Tyrone Tom Elliott
Lagan Valley Robbie Butler
Mid Ulster Mark Glasgow
North Antrim Jackson Minford
North Down Alan Chambers
South Antrim Danny Kinahan
South Down Harold McKee
Strangford Mike Nesbitt
Upper Bann Doug Beattie
West Tyrone Alicia Clarke