All deleted tweets from politicians

Former MEP for the East Midlands (1999/2017).

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RT @DouglasCarswell: RT @DouglasCarswell: Frost has done a superb job. Best EU negotiator we’ve ever had. Next perm sec?

Roger Helmer (EU) retweeted @PaulSovrano :

RT @PaulSovrano: @RogerHelmerMEP I’ve refused to have a smart meter fitted, purely because it’s capability to monitor and control power supplies and that they recognise when consumers are not at home. Looks like I was right.

Roger Helmer (EU) retweeted @MarcherLord1 :

RT @MarcherLord1: RT @MarcherLord1: Democrats are taking the death of #RuthBaderGinsberg really well https://t.co/bp1FaAFHy8

Roger Helmer (EU) retweeted @kiaradxx :

RT @kiaradxx: RT @kiaradxx: absolutely disgraceful how Guinness can donate 1 million to BLM but are planning to layoff an undisclosed amount of staff her…

RT @Natasha_Rossiya: He actually thinks Brits didn't do any of these things before the advent of the EU 😂. They do say footballers are thick, though. twitter.com/GaryLineker/st…

RT @DianeJamesMEP: " A total of 52,741 laws* have been introduced in the UK as a result of EU legislation since 1990, according to the Legal business of Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals." thomsonreuters.com/en/press-relea…

RT @DianeJamesMEP: RT @DianeJamesMEP: Why does a country have to pay an annual subscription to be a member of a 'free' trade area? Asking for a friend.

RT @DianeJamesMEP: RT @DianeJamesMEP: French economy minister says #EU is falling apart. Quite agree. politico.eu/article/le-mai…

RT @DianeJamesMEP: The Metropolitan Police are advertising a £40k+ job to be an Environment Advisor in their "Energy and Carbon Management Department." Good use of Police budget? Discuss. jobs.theguardian.com/job/6732989/en…

RT @DianeJamesMEP: #EU is at it again. The European Commission has used public money to buy some 380,000 metric tons of skimmed milk powder. That’s slightly more than a big dairy powerhouse like France produces annually. politico.eu/article/europe…