ⓘ 1967 Belfast Corporation election
The Ulster Unionist Party UUP stood 53 candidates, of whom 44 were elected, a gain of 5 seats. These mostly came at the expense of the Northern Ireland Labour Party, which was reduced to only two seats. The Republican Labour Party made gains, including taking all three seats in Dock ward, defeating independent unionists, who had been suspended from the UUP.
Eileen Paisley gained a seat for the Protestant Unionist Party, but James McCarroll lost his seat. The National Democratic Party stood 9 candidates, but failed to win any seats, surviving on the council only through an alderman. Tommy Henderson, the longest serving member of the council, was returned unopposed as an independent unionist. However, Cecil McKee, the former UUP Lord Mayor of Belfast, suffered a surprise defeat, also standing as an independent unionist.
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