BBC News – Diane Dodds, DUP, re-elected as MEP



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Diane Dodds has been returned as the second of Northern Ireland’s three MEPs

The DUP’s Diane Dodds has been re-elected as a Member of the European Parliament.

She reached the quota on the seventh spherical of the rely on the King’s Hall in Belfast on Tuesday.

On Monday, Sinn Féin’s Martina Anderson retained her MEP seat after topping the ballot within the European elections.

The third seat in Northern Ireland’s constituency has but to be determined. It is between Jim Nicholson of the Ulster Unionist Party and Alex Attwood, SDLP.

Counting started on Monday and was suspended at 00:forty BST on Tuesday after virtually sixteen hours.

It took simply over 9 hours for the primary choice votes to be confirmed.

Martina Anderson took simply over 1 / 4 of the vote, with 159,813 first preferences.

Counting resumed on Tuesday at 09:00 BST and by 15:forty five BST Anna Lo of Alliance and Jim Allister of the TUV had been eradicated A:fifty seven pm – Source: bbc.co.uk
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