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‘Dynamic and young’ Catholic to compete for UUP in South Belfast

NS Ulster Unionist Party He is preparing to lead the first representative of working class Catholic origin in the parliamentary elections.

Tephen McCarthy, who grew up in a nationalist home and whose grandfather was killed by loyalist paramilitaries, will be in South Belfast in the poll in May.

The UUP vote has fallen sharply in the constituency he once dominated, but the 33-year-old believes he’s in pole position to lead a fight.

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