All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @DouglasCarswell: Remarkable to reflect that amid all these last minute negotiations with the EU and dark warnings, there’s a flat refusal to time-limit the backstop. The one ask that would ensure the deal was approved. Indicative of the purpose of the backstop - to bind us in.

Remember the stats: 44 out of 10 people are disadvantaged in one way or another. In other words, there’s no one here.

RT @MacaesBruno: I see some people arguing that no deal is impossible because there’s no majority for it. That’s quite irrelevant. If it happens it will be triggered by the EU

Ettore Rosato (unknown) tweeted :

Italy is not just made of people like Salvini or Di Maio. There’s another Italy, the one that says “yes” and doesn’t fear the challenges of the future.

RT @nazirafzal: Prime minister says there’s no correlation between policing numbers & crime - so why bother having any police at all Everyone of these families will disagree - I certainly do https://t.co/YJXzpOjeXY

There’s not much you can do once the train station. It must either leave you, or you get on it. The Economic Freedom Locomotive is leaving the station. Good luck with your choices. Time waits for no man #VoteEFF https://t.co/9gDeQtB4LS

The Wilkie Report: I’ll continue to do what I can to bring down fuel prices. There’s no doubt we’re being ripped off and most people have had a gutful. #politas #auspol andrewwilkie.org/wilkie-report-…

RT @sunpoliticsmids: There’s no @sunpoliticsmids today. We return next Sunday when he will be joined by guests including @CllrSeccombe and @gareth_snell We hope you can join us on BBC1 at 11am. https://t.co/RHAylycTP0

Anurag Thakur (india) tweeted :

Enjoyed speaking to the students of Bright University, Chandigarh. There’s lots of excitement about India’s growth and new career opportunities. Many students wanted to contribute towards #NewIndia by joining Team #NaMoAgain. Here: tinyurl.com/yyypxnwf https://t.co/blPxCDzAvL

Andrew Gwynne MP (Labour) tweeted :

📰 READ: Today Parliament has debated the Greater Manchester Spatial Framework (GMSF). There’s still too much emphasis on greenbelt and on economic development, there’s no need for the damaging Bredbury Parkway scheme. andrewgwynne.co.uk/gwynne-speaks-…