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General Election 2017: Full list of candidates

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The full list of Northern Ireland candidates for the upcoming election has been published with 109 people contesting the 18 Westminster seats up for grabs on 8 June.

Sinn Féin, the SDLP and Alliance are putting forward candidates in every constituency, while the DUP are standing in 17, the UUP in 15 and both the Greens and Conservatives are running in seven.

The TUV and CISTA (Citizens Independent Social Thought Alliance) each have a single candidate.

There are four independents running, including sitting North Down MP Sylvia Hermon.

June's poll could see several seats change hands, with Sinn Féin eyeing the seat Tom Elliott holds by a slim majority in Fermanagh South Tyrone and Naomi Long hoping she can reclaim Belfast East for Alliance.

The battles for North Belfast and South Down could also be closely fought with Sinn Féin fairing well in both in this year's Assembly elections.

Belfast East:

Bobby Beck (Independent) Sheila Bodel (Conservatives) Séamas Micheal de Faoite (SDLP) Hazel Legge (UUP) Naomi Long (Alliance) Georgina Milne (Green Party) Mairéad O'Donnell (Sinn Féin) Gavin Robinson (DUP)

Belfast North:

Nigel Dodds (DUP) John Finucane (Sinn Féin) Martin McAuley (SDLP) Sam Nelson (Alliance) Malachai George O'Hara (Green Party) Gemma Weir (The Workers Party)

Belfast South:

Clare Bailey (Green Party) Paula Bradshaw (Alliance) Michael Henderson (UUP) Emma Little-Pengelly (DUP) Alasdair McDonnell (SDLP) Máirtín Samuel Ó Muilleoir (Sinn Féin) Clare Salier (Conservatives)

Belfast West:

Tim Attwood (SDLP) Conor Campbell (The Workers Party) Gerry Carroll (People Before Profit) Sorcha Eastwood (Alliance) Paul Maskey (Sinn Féin) Frank McCoubrey (DUP)

East Antrim:

Stewart Clyde Dickson (Alliance) Mark Logan (Conservatives) Margaret Anne McKillop (SDLP) Oliver McMullan (Sinn Féin) John Stewart (UUP) Sammy Wilson (DUP)

East Londonderry:

Gregory Campbell (DUP) Richard John Holmes (UUP) Chris McCaw (Alliance) Dermot Nicholl (Sinn Féin) Stephanie Quigley (SDLP) Liz St Clair-Legge (Conservatives)

Fermanagh South Tyrone:

Noreen Campbell (Alliance) Tom Elliott (UUP) Mary Garrity (SDLP) Michelle Gildernew (Sinn Féin) Tanya Jones (Green Party)

Foyle

John Doherty (Alliance) Mark Durkan (SDLP) Shaun Harkin (People Before Profit) Elisha McCallion (Sinn Féin) Gary Middleton (DUP)

Lagan Valley

Robbie Butler (UUP) Pat Catney (SDLP) Jeffrey Donaldson (DUP) Aaron McIntyre (Alliance) Ian Nickels (Conservatives) Johnny Orr (Independent) Jacqui Russell (Sinn Féin)

Mid Ulster Keith Alexander Buchanan (DUP) Mark Glasgow (UUP) Francie Molloy (Sinn Féin) Malachy Quinn (SDLP) Fay Watson (Alliance)

Newry and Armagh

Mickey Brady (Sinn Féin) Jackie Coade (Alliance) William Irwin (DUP) Justin McNulty (SDLP) Sam Nicholson (UUP)

North Antrim

Timothy Gaston (TUV) Cara McShane (Sinn Féin) Jackson Minford (UUP) Declan O'Loan (SDLP) Patricia O'Lynn (Alliance) Ian R.K. Paisley (DUP)

North Down

Steven Agnew (Green Party) Alex Easton (DUP) Sylvia Hermon (Independent) Thérèse McCartney (Sinn Féin) Caoímhe McNeill (SDLP) Andrew Muir (Alliance) Gavan Reynolds (Independent

South Antrim

Paul Girvan (DUP) Declan Kearney (Sinn Féin) Neil Kelly (Alliance) Danny Kinahan (UUP) Roisin Lynch (SDLP)

South Down

Diane Forsythe (DUP) Chris Hazzard (Sinn Féin) Harold McKee (UUP) Andrew McMurray (Alliance) Margaret Ritchie (SDLP)

Strangford

Kellie Armstrong (Alliance) Ricky Bamford (Green Party) Joe Boyle (SDLP) Claire Hiscott (Conservatives) Carole Murphy (Sinn Féin) Mike Nesbitt (UUP) Jim Shannon (DUP)

Upper Bann

Doug Beattie (UUP) Tara Doyle (Alliance) Declan McAlinden (SDLP) John O'Dowd (Sinn Féin) David Simpson (DUP)

West Tyrone

Barry Brown (Citizens Independent Social Thought Alliance) Thomas Ernest Buchanan (DUP) Alicia Rosalind Jayne Clarke (UUP) Stephen William Donnelly (Alliance) Ciaran McClean (Green Party) Daniel Christopher McCrossan (SDLP) Barry McElduff (Sinn Féin)

For more information about the election, voting and past elections, visit The Electoral Office website.

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