All deleted tweets from politicians

Chris Williamson MP #GTTO

Labour MP for Derby North | Former Leader of Derby City Council | Campaigning on party democracy, foreign affairs, local govt, social security and animal rights

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The @InitIntegrity - funded by the @ukforeignoffice - is interfering in the domestic politics of our fellow European democracies. This isn’t defending freedom, it’s undermining it. instagram.com/p/BrQsT-6BCaf/…

The indomitable @PeterStefanovi2 is right to say that record low unemployment is a result of record high exploitation.

RT @PeterStefanovi2: Watch Theresa May’s shocking response at PMQs today to the report of the UN’s rapporteur which found fourteen million…

RT @WelshLabour: We are proud to announce the next leader of @WelshLabour is @MarkDrakeford https://t.co/LCv4ET0CQY

RT @withorpe: The Tories' unhinged determination to privatise all public services means it's now theoretically possible for G4S embezzlers…

This is total tosh. It's about political priorities. The UK is the fifth biggest economy on Earth, of course we can afford free healthcare, and much more besides, with the political will. Don't let the Tories privatise your NHS dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2…

RT @UKLabour: The Tory minister in charge of the NHS has just been caught endorsing a private health company which charges patients to see…

. @graceblakeley is absolutely spot on here. GDP is relevant to millions of people. So you can talk about GDP growth till the cows come home, but 14 million people are living in poverty in the UK. What's important is living standards. twitter.com/graceblakeley/…

. @graceblakeley is absolutely spot on here. GDP is it relevant to millions of people. So you can talk about GDP growth till the cows come home, but 14 million people are living in poverty in the UK. What's important is living standards.