All deleted tweets from politicians

Member of Parliament for Hackney North and Stoke Newington. Retweeting does not mean agreement.

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RT @nick_forbes: I'm told we are getting a PPE delivery tomorrow for the city which is only half of what we we got last week. Last week we got 40% of what we needed. We are having to ration provisions to care providers. This is a national scandal #PPENow

RT @nick_forbes: Great local election launch in Newark today - @jeremycorbyn highlighted the amazing work of Labour cllrs. Good to catch up with friends too! https://t.co/xy3XPY8jgF

RT @nick_forbes: RT @nick_forbes: Jeremy Corbyn accuses May of sweetheart deal with Surrey council theguardian.com/society/2017/f…

RT @nick_forbes: RT @nick_forbes: I attended Shadow Cabinet today - a great discussion about how #LabLocal is the foundation of our electoral recovery https…

RT @nick_forbes: RT @nick_forbes: It's International Pie Week. How come pies get a week but women only get a day?

RT @moneillsf: Today marks the 40th anniversary of the death of Bobby Sands MP. We remember the courage and sacrifice of the hunger strikers with pride. https://t.co/AJjQau5WI8

Diane Abbott MP (Labour) tweeted :

Research from London Metropolitan University shows the take up of vaccines is lowest in London. I urge everyone, everywhere, if you are offered a vaccine to take it. It could save you or others from very serious illness, or worse.

RT @PenguinUKBooks: In 1987, Diane Abbott (@HackneyAbbott) made history as the first elected Black female MP in the UK. Since then, she has campaigned tirelessly for a better future for Britain. We are proud to announce we'll be publishing her powerful memoir, A Woman Like Me, in 2022. #IWD2021 https://t.co/W3MExRv4IY

RT @BellRibeiroAddy: In today’s @fivexmore petition debate, I told the story of my own pregnancy. Too often, Black women are treated as the problem. But we could be the solution if you would just listen to us, if you would just respect us, if you would just care for us #BlackMaternalHealthDebate https://t.co/LIR3wv4FnZ

RT @RichardBurgon: In Parliament today, I’ve got an Amendment on the Tory Finance Bill - on a new, increased tax rate of 55% on everyone paid over £200,000. https://t.co/NNYpp7rxBk