All deleted tweets from politicians

Member of Parliament for Wokingham

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RT @PaulineMoorhou2: RT @PaulineMoorhou2: @kingsbury_bob @johnredwood @BBCRadio2 John Redwood is brilliant. I hope his party and the BofE are listening to him.

RT @RhysJenkins89: RT @RhysJenkins89: Hear, hear. No deal at all, indeed, is better than a bad deal. #brexit twitter.com/johnredwood/st…

RT @Mc_McManus: RT @Mc_McManus: Good, short and punchy economic debate on #Brexit between @johnredwood and @martinwolf_ video.ft.com/4762665469001/…

The Loan Charge review is now underway. If you would like to provide documentary evidence, you can email: secretariat@loanchargereview.org.uk. The deadline is 12 Oct. I would encourage all those affected to make a submission. gov.uk/government/pub…

The current deficit is under good control. The State can afford to spend the savings on EU contributions & a bit more. Some of the tax cuts will actually raise more revenue, as some taxes are above the revenue maximising rate. johnredwoodsdiary.com/2019/09/23/fle…

The amendments are on the side of thwarting the referendum result. They are designed to undermine Britain’s main negotiating card, which is our right to leave without having to make any more payments, accept any more laws or accept any instructions on our borders. https://t.co/W1rOLbWdJF

And why would Dover and Calais wish to mess up their ports and their businesses by delay?

RT @joereddington: RT @joereddington: @johnredwood you were joint top of this ranking of MPs who cite their sources :) well done! joereddington.com/5153/2015/04/2…

The film of the EU approach to the negotiaitons captures the EU bad language, the arrogance and the unwillingness to offer a sensible Agreement. The rejection of their agreement to make us a "colony" should have come as no surprise.

RT @NickJTimothy: RT @NickJTimothy: Remainers worried about Parliament's scrutiny of secondary legislation were v quiet when govts transposed 1000s of EU dir…