All deleted tweets from politicians

@UKLabour MP for Manchester Gorton and Shadow Immigration Minister. RT ≠ Endorsement Contact : afzal.khan.mp@parliament.uk http://Facebook.com/Afzal4Gorton

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RT @markrusselluk: Really good to meet with Shadow Immigration Minister @Afzal4Gorton #lab19 and talk about @childrensociety work with lone…

Afzal Khan MP (EU) replied to @Afzal4Gorton :

A Labour government will close Yarls Wood and Brook House. We will end unlimited detention. We will give asylum seekers the right to work. We will be compassionate. #Lab19

Afzal Khan MP (EU) tweeted :

Next week @CWUNews are balloting their members on strike action in the face of an assault by bosses on their terms and conditions. I'll be supporting our postal workers and @NWCWU #WeRiseAgain Read more below 👇🏼 https://t.co/PjrAi1rSJF

RT @NAofPakistan: MP Mr. Afzal Khan, Vice Chair of All Party Kashmir Parliamentary Group in House of Commons called on Syed Fakhar Imam, Ch…

RT @LabourMuslims: 🌹Join LMN at Party Conference this weekend 🌹 For those who will be in Brighton this weekend for Labour Party Conference…

Afzal Khan MP (EU) tweeted :

Businesses believe asylum seekers should be allowed to work & Labour agrees. Under a Labour Govt asylum seekers would be able to work after just 6 months. We are committed to treating people who claim asylum with dignity & respect. on.ft.com/2kMlJQs

Afzal Khan MP (EU) tweeted :

For once, I agree with Boris - “it’s time for the North to run its own trains” ...Because the Tories have made an absolute mess of it!!

Afzal Khan MP (EU) tweeted :

Today marks the first full day of #prorogation. The House of Commons has been #silenced. No more debates, questions or scrutiny of government for five weeks. A sad day for British democracy. https://t.co/jZgkGDLCtL

Afzal Khan MP (EU) tweeted :

Today #Prorogation begins. The House of Commons has been silenced. No more debates, questions or scrutiny for five weeks. A sad day for British democracy. https://t.co/IeYxmykHX9

RT @JamesMelville: Audience member on BBC Question Time: “I wonder whether the Conservative Government is ideologically under-funding the N…