All three seats in the Northern Ireland European elections have been filled with the Alliance Party's Naomi Long, Sinn Féin's Martina Anderson and DUP’s Diane Dodds.
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It is the first time Northern Ireland has elected three women MEPS. Ms Long is also Northern Ireland’s first ever Alliance MEP.
Brexit is a key topic for all four MEPS.
"Politics has shifted massively in Northern Ireland," said Alliance Party leader Naomi Long
"We need a Brexit that is good for Northern Ireland," said DUP’s Diane Dodds
"What Europe is hearing today is that the overwhelming majority of the people in the North support the backstop," said Sinn Féin’s Martina Anderson
Watch above to see how the MEPs reacted to developments in Elections 2019.