Belfast East (UK Parliament Constituency) - Members of Parliament

Members of Parliament

The Member of Parliament since the 2010 general election is Naomi Long, who defeated Peter Robinson, MP for Belfast East since the 1979 general election.

Election Member Party
1885 Edward de Cobain Conservative
1892 Gustav Wilhelm Wolff Conservative
1910 Robert McMordie Ulster Unionist
1914 (b) Robert Sharman-Crawford Ulster Unionist
1918 constituency abolished
1922 constituency recreated
1922 Herbert Dixon Ulster Unionist
1940 Henry Peirson Harland Ulster Unionist
1945 Thomas Loftus Cole Ulster Unionist
1950 Alan McKibbin Ulster Unionist
1959 Stanley McMaster Ulster Unionist
Feb 1974 William Craig Vanguard
1978 Ulster Unionist
1979 Peter Robinson Democratic Unionist
2010 Naomi Long Alliance

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