All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @Jacob_Rees_Mogg: RT @Jacob_Rees_Mogg: The choice seems to be Mrs May’s deal or no Brexit. conservativehome.com/highlights/201…

RT @Jacob_Rees_Mogg: RT @Jacob_Rees_Mogg: The choice seems to be Mrs May’s deal or no Brexit. conservativehome.com/highlights/201…

RT @Jacob_Rees_Mogg: RT @Jacob_Rees_Mogg: The choice seems to be Mrs May’s deal or no Brexit. conservativehome.com/highlights/201…

RT @DouglasCarswell: May’s deal means that the administrative state’s grip on Brexit outcomes will reinforced, not weakened. The Olly Robbins-Mark Sedwill types will have control. Better to have a no confidence motion than accept that. Hold firm for 14 more days

RT @TomBoadle: Labour: "this is the 20th Minister to resign from Theresa May’s Government in her two year premiership. Theresa May has no authority left." Reminder: 103 Labour MPs have resigned from Corbyn's frontbench over the past three years.

RT @TomBoadle: Labour: "this is the 20th Minister to resign from Theresa May’s Government in her two year premiership. Theresa May has no authority left." Reminder: 103 Labour MPs have resigned from Corbyn's frontbench over the past three years.

RT @GorillaWalnut: @drew_carver @Mike_Fabricant Thing is, folks, we won’t get out at all unless they get Mrs May’s Deal. I’m afraid it’s the remain #MPs that are to blame. Not those changing their mind to the Deal. #Brexit #ERG @theresa_may

RT @HarryMaxwell: Even my liberal London remain friends agree No Deal Brexit is better than Theresa May’s proposal. It undermines democracy and cripples the UK’s ability to prosper.

RT @jamesrbuk: NEW POLITICAL RULE: Anyone who says they oppose May’s deal needs to set out *exactly* what they want instead. And then be made to explain how it can happen. “General election” and “renegotiation” aren’t acceptable answers on their own: they’re intermediary steps, not outcomes.

RT @jamesrbuk: NEW POLITICAL RULE: Anyone who says they oppose May’s deal needs to set out *exactly* what they want instead. And then be made to explain how it can happen. “General election” and “renegotiation” aren’t acceptable answers on their own: they’re intermediary steps, not outcomes.