Sinn Fein loses a seat in the North

Party remains second behind the DUP

The Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) remains the largest in Northern Ireland after all 108 seats in the assembly were filled.

Their leader, Arlene Foster, will continue as first minister. The final count ended on Saturday afternoon.

The DUP has 38 seats (no change), while Sinn Féin has 28 (down one), the Ulster Unionists 16 (no change), the SDLP 12 (down two), and the Alliance Party eight (no change).

The Greens (up one) and People Before Profit Alliance (up two) have two seats each.

The Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness has been praising his party's voters.