Thanks is due to Chekov for the news.
The full list of agreed candidates, in no particular order, are:
Mike Nesbitt - Strangford
Daphne Trimble - Lagan Valley
Sandra Overend - Mid Ulster
Fred Cobain - North Belfast
Ross Hussey - West Tyrone
Bill Manwaring - West Belfast
Trevor Ringland - East Belfast
Harry Hamilton - Upper Bann
Danny Kennedy - Newry and Armagh
John McAllister - South Down
Rodney McCune - East Antrim.
Lesley McAuley - East Londonderry.
Paula Bradshaw - South Belfast
David Harding - Foyle
Irwin Armstrong - North Antrim.
Ian Parsley - North Down
Tom Elliott - Fermanagh and South Tyrone
South Antrim still being discussed apparently, but all in all, a good list.
Paula Bradshaw in South Belfast and Parsley in North Down, in particular, are two (relatively!) young candidates who, if elected, will hopefully signify a new direction in pro-Union politics in Northern Ireland. Tom Elliott isn't young and even his most fervent admirer couldn't claim that his candidature signifies a new direction...but this particular time, that's not the point- Conservatives and Unionist are running in every constituency of the United Kingdom, that's what really matters.
A large majority of that list haven't contested a Westminster election before; unlike other parties contesting this election, if elected none of the Conservatives and Unionists will be part-time MPs, holding down simultaneously other elected positions.