Peter Robinson loses his East Belfast seat to the Alliance deputy leader Naomi Long
Counting for the General Election started shortly after the polls closed at 2200 BST on Thursday at the Kings Hall, Belfast.
In Londonderry the count was disrupted when a taxi driver was forced to take a device to the count centre
Ian Paisley Jnr embraces his father Dr Ian Paisley at The Seven Towers Leisure Centre in Ballymena after winning the North Antrim seat for the DUP
Lady Sylvia Hermon (right) retained her seat in North Down despite a challenge from her former party
There were eight counting centres across Northern Ireland. Here the count got under way at Newtownards Leisure Centre
Ulster Unionist and Conservative leader Sir Reg Empey at the Valley Leisure Centre count after he failed to win the South Antrim seat
Jim Allister, the leader of the Traditional Unionist Voice, who failed in his bid to unseat the DUP in North Antrim
Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness (second right) of Sinn Fein celebrates after being returned as MP for Mid Ulster at The Seven Towers Leisure Centre in Ballymena
The SDLP's Alasdair McDonnell at the count at the Kings Hall in Belfast where he held his South Belfast seat
Sinn Fein candidate Michelle Gildernew holds her daughter Aiose as she waits for the result of a third recount in the Fermanagh South Tyrone. Mrs Gildernew held on to the seat
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