Trimble defeat signals crisis for Ulster Unionists
David Trimble has gone and is now likely to make way for a successor as leader of the UUP.
David Trimble has gone and is now likely to make way for a successor as leader of the UUP. His lieutenant, Michael McGimpsey, was never in the running to win South Belfast.
David Burnside lost his seat in South Antrim to the Free Presbyterian minister and gospel singer Willie McCrea.
The Democratic Unionist Party's Sammy Wilson wiped out sitting Ulster Unionist MP Roy Beggs in East Antrim, while the DUP's Gregory Campbell increased his majority...
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