All deleted tweets from politicians

MP for Orkney and Shetland, Liberal Democrat Spokesperson on Home Affairs, Northern Ireland and Constitutional Reform

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RT @StephenFarryMP: UK Ministers have been expressing their new found commitment to all aspects of the GFA to rationalise their assault on the Protocol. But the ECHR is hardwired into the Agreement. The Gov't can't have it both ways, and hint at removal of the ECHR without jeopardising the GFA. twitter.com/allianceparty/…

RT @nfumskem: RT @nfumskem: RT @NFUtweets: NFU survey shows that just 4% of farmers have access to superfast #ruralbroadband ow.ly/7rXU3006brI

RT @peterwalker99: Lib Dems have written to govt to formally demand it seizes homes of Putin-linked oligarchs and uses them as accommodation for Ukrainian refugees. theguardian.com/politics/live/…

RT @gregorarmstron2: RT @gregorarmstron2: @DesBouse @scotlibdems As a Labour member I have to say the Lib Dem’s have put forward a very good program. All the be…

RT @Perspmag: Thank you to our panelist’s for a wonderful discussion on the Union last night. @amcarmichaelMP @JYDenham @RThomsonMP and @gavinesler in the chair. Thank you to @theclubattheivy for organising a wonderful evening. https://t.co/s8gpOQuo6Z

RT @Matthew_Wright: Live from westminster at 1pm: @NickyMorgan01 @amcarmichaelMP on #Brexit @TVKev @bowelbabe @tonyandpat2 on the rest: cycle-rage, 75 % of outstanding skools in decline and @wow_air crashes plus #WineDownFriday with @Will_Lyons blind tasting!!! talkradio.co.uk/live JOIN US!

RT @ScotDecides: RT @ScotDecides: 'We put an end to child detention. Now the Tories have backtracked', says @acarmichaelmp bit.ly/29SaFXQ https://t…

RT @peterwalker99: RT @peterwalker99: The Lib Dems have come up with perhaps the most humiliating idea yet for Boris Johnson. https://t.co/ULDDnWzrtB

RT @tomgrundy: BREAKING: Two British judges sitting on Hong Kong's highest court have resigned, citing the national security law and an erosion of political freedom. Only last August, Lord Robert Reed and Lord Patrick Hodge gave a vote of confidence in judicial independence. More to follow. https://t.co/mIMmh4n24S