All deleted tweets from politicians

MP for Brentford & Isleworth (including Hounslow Osterley & Chiswick) Email ruth@ruthcadbury.org.uk Updates: https://ruthcadbury.org/content/opt-page

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RT @markaizatt: @RuthCadbury @RonnieMushiso @laidmanr You’re missing the point - you’re endorsing the whole window ! It’s not the “faked” picture you’ve tweeeted that’s the issue. That window you like exists and you’ve endorsed the hate.

RT @markaizatt: @RuthCadbury @RonnieMushiso @laidmanr You’re missing the point - you’re endorsing the whole window ! It’s not the “faked” picture you’ve tweeeted that’s the issue. That window you like exists and you’ve endorsed the hate.

Ruth Cadbury MP (Labour) tweeted :

Thank you to a neighbour for the news summary! #BrentfordIsBrilliant https://t.co/4j2ef0kTKy

RT @UKLabour: On this day 50 years ago, Labour took the first step towards equality and Barbara Castle’s #EqualPayAct became law. Together, we are stronger. It’s the spirit of those who fought for fairness that guides us to tackle the challenges ahead. Join a union 👉 tuc.org.uk/join-union https://t.co/vRuKir2TsK

RT @RachelReevesMP: 50 years ago today, Barbara Castle guided the Equal Pay Act into legislation, making it illegal to pay women less than men for the 1st time in British history. Women MPs had campaigned for this for decades, but it was Castle who acted on it when Labour was in power. (1/6) https://t.co/xNIi6SNkUp

Ruth Cadbury MP (Labour) tweeted :

On this day 50 years ago, Labour took the first step towards equality and Barbara Castle’s #EqualPayAct became law. Together, we are stronger. It’s the spirit of those who fought for fairness that guides us to tackle the challenges ahead. https://t.co/cVueyMHwpO

RT @itvnews: RT @itvnews: Greece to allow visitors from 29 countries from June 15, but not UK itv.com/news/2020-05-2…

Ruth Cadbury MP (Labour) tweeted :

Thank you to a neighbour for the summary of this week's news #BrentfordIsBrilliant https://t.co/CKqeqNTMXb

RT @WiH_Oxford: Today thanks go to @RuthCadbury, Labour MP for Brentford and Isleworth. Thank you for being a #suffragechampion and for making the project possible. @UniofOxford @bodleianlibs @UKLabour https://t.co/IjLnuxI8Qa

RT @NickTorfaen: The clear sense that it’s one rule for the PM’s main adviser and another for everyone else causes fundamental problems for policing the public health restrictions, putting us all at risk. I’ve written to the Home Secretary setting out urgent questions that must answered: https://t.co/5cUJwRyBhZ