All deleted tweets from politicians

Politicians

MarshadeCordova

Shadow Women and Equalities Secretary @uklabour Member of Parliament for Battersea Email: marsha.decordova.mp@parliament.uk Call: 0207 924 1973

HenrySmithUK

Dad - Member of Parliament - #Crawley - Vegetarian - Vexillologist. Enquiries? Please email: henry.smith.mp@parliament.uk as I can’t guarantee seeing DMs/posts.

RT @gabriel_zucman: RT @gabriel_zucman: Income inequality is rising so fast our data can’t keep up #Econ133 washingtonpost.com/amphtml/us-pol…

RT @SanaMirTweets: THIS is what happens when an under-educated fellow is appointed as a Head of Province. If you can’t spellcheck, atleast hire someone to proof your tweets. Covenant? Deligation? Corporation? As a #CJM alum, I’d be disappointed if it wasn’t so funny. #tabdeeli #pti #governorsindh https://t.co/xEIAiHSR9V

RT @ReidEileen1: Like the cutting down of perfectly healthy trees, this makes me sad. Can’t we take community action and ask permission to at least organise the watering of these precious plants? twitter.com/PaulJSweeney/s…

RT @jordimunozm: You can’t speak Catalan in the Spanish supreme court. You can’t speak Catalan in the Spanish Parliament. You can’t speak Catalan in the European Parliament because Spain won’t allow it.

RT @jordimunozm: You can’t speak Catalan in the Spanish supreme court. You can’t speak Catalan in the Spanish Parliament. You can’t speak Catalan in the European Parliament because Spain won’t allow it.

RT @jordimunozm: You can’t speak Catalan in the Spanish supreme court. You can’t speak Catalan in the Spanish Parliament. You can’t speak Catalan in the European Parliament because Spain won’t allow it.

RT @jordimunozm: You can’t speak Catalan in the Spanish supreme court. You can’t speak Catalan in the Spanish Parliament. You can’t speak Catalan in the European Parliament because Spain won’t allow it.

RT @jordimunozm: You can’t speak Catalan in the Spanish supreme court. You can’t speak Catalan in the Spanish Parliament. You can’t speak Catalan in the European Parliament because Spain won’t allow it.

The date of the Brexit vote (now postponed) is important. Not least of all because the government can’t allow any votes (on any subject) between now and then, as the DUP and the Brexit Tories would inevitably go on strike.

Remind me again how we get an election? There’s probably a relationship between these two things but I just can’t quite get it.