Belfast East (UK Parliament Constituency)

Belfast East (UK Parliament Constituency)

Belfast East is a Parliamentary Constituency in the United Kingdom House of Commons. The current MP is Naomi Long of the Alliance Party, elected in 2010. Before 2010 the constituency had always elected various brands of Unionist MPs.

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Belfast East (UK Parliament Constituency) - Sources
... BBC News, Election 2005 BBC News, Vote 2001 Guardian Unlimited Politics Leigh Rayment's Historical List of MPs – Constituencies beginning with "B" (part 2) http//www.psr.keele.ac.uk/ (Election results from 1951 to the present) F ... W ...

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