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Northern Ireland electoral boundary changes - what constituency are you in?

By Jonathan Bell ·

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The final recommendation proposes 17 constituencies.

Plans to redraw the Northern Ireland electoral constituency boundaries have been published. Here we look through each of the proposed new constituencies.

Click through the gallery images to see where you are in the new proposals.

Changes will reduce the number of constituencies from 18 to 17, part of a wider reform to reduce MPs from 650 to 600.

Under the new proposals there will be four new constituencies, eleven remaining largely unchanged and five effectively disappearing.

Flashback to 2017 General Election results: East Belfast .... North Belfast .... South Belfast .... West Belfast .... East Antrim .... East Londonderry .... Fermanagh & South Tyrone .... Foyle .... Lagan Valley  .... Mid Ulster  .... Newry & Armagh .... North Antrim  .... North Down .... South Antrim .... South Down .... Strangford  .... Upper Bann  ....West Tyrone 

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The proposed and existing boundaries laid together.