All deleted tweets from politicians

Exchequer Secretary to HM Treasury. Member of Parliament for Newark, Nottinghamshire

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RT @darrengrimes_: Whilst upping the Tory game on social media; so important to grow the membership and get people out on the doorstep. Great initiative by @RobertJenrick - slick website too!…

RT @SimonClarkeMP: The High Streets Task Force has announced new training, expert advice and online resources for councils to aid them in the High Street’s recovery. With our £50m Reopening High Streets Safely Fund we are committed to getting the High Street back in business!

RT @RobertJenrick: From 15 June, places of worship will be able to reopen for individual prayer. As Communities Secretary, I have worked with faith leaders to make sure this can be done safely. Faith and prayer are sources of solace and comfort for millions of people in these uncertain times.

RT @RobertJenrick: Pleased to announce that from 15 June, places of worship will be able to open for individual prayer. Thank you to all the faith leaders who are working with me to ensure this is done safely. I know that for millions across the country this news has been long awaited.

More information about places of workship opening for individual prayer here. ◽

We are supporting over 100 frontline charities to provide 1,500 additional beds for survivors of domestic abuse, helping people to restart their lives.

Over £10bn now paid out in grants to small businesses across England ◽

After offering 90% of rough sleepers safe accommodation, we now have a once in a generation opportunity to end roughsleeping for good. These 6,000 new homes will be a national asset, as symbols of hope and opportunity for those looking to turn their lives around.

6,000 new supported homes will be made available for rough sleepers, providing safe accommodation for people we’ve helped off the streets during the pandemic. The Government is backing this effort with £433 million of funding. 👇…