All deleted tweets from politicians

Rupa Huq MP

Ealing Central and Acton's Labour MP since 2015. Also at http://www.facebook.com/rupa4labour Best to email not tweet me rupa.huq.mp@parliament.uk

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Rupa Huq MP (Labour) tweeted :

The #RevokeArticle50Petition is now heading for 5,000 signatures, an extraordinary feat in last few days. Astonishingly more people in Ealing Central and Acton have signed than voted for the Tories at the last general election! Add your voice here petition.parliament.uk/petitions/2415…

RT @LauraBootham: Massive PeopleVoteMarch heading down St James’s #PeoplesMarch #PutitToThePeople #Brexit https://t.co/Fc7k7F4Lqd

RT @ArchitectsJrnal: Garden Bridge: Transport minister @AJonesMP accused @RupaHuq of seeing a ‘lavish amount of conspiracy’ in a House of C…

Rupa Huq MP (Labour) tweeted :

Given I was one of 89/ 650 MPs against the triggering of Article 50 in the first place (see list) and 5000+ Ealing Central and Acton constituents have signed the #RevokeArticle50 petition I feel minded to support the amendment that comes before MPs next week to do just that https://t.co/tgRSmCvsQ2

Rupa Huq MP (Labour) tweeted :

1000 hours since referendum and 217 hours until exit and mutineers/ saboteurs / enemies of the people line being trotted out again to distract from 2.5 years of utter failure

RT @ElectionMapsUK: Seat Projection: LAB: 25 (+5) CON: 25 (+6) UKIP: 11 (-13) LDM: 5 (+4) SNP: 3 (+1) PLC: 1 (=) GRN: 0 (-3) Northern Irel…

RT @sirpauljenkins: Losing the EBA/EMA are inevitable Brexit damage. Losing our ICJ judge is an extraordinary, sad illustration how we…

Rupa Huq MP (Labour) retweeted @tomcopley :

RT @tomcopley: A disappointing reply from the minister, who basically accused @RupaHuq of peddling conspiracy theories despite the huge wei…

RT @EalingStays: This is a reasonable justification. Poor timing as other options need to be exhausted first. Now we need to up the ante…

Rupa Huq MP (Labour) tweeted :

I’m steadfastly behind a #peoplesvote but don’t want to jeopardise extending article 50 which is what today’s votes are about and don’t believe that a splitter amendment out of spite that will damage the cause is the way to do about it which is what even @peoplesvote_uk recommend https://t.co/tNGWRV6HWz