All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @MrRBourne: Whatever happens w Corbyn talks, Brexiteers should vote down May’s treaty in MV4 in even larger numbers than before now. If that sets up Revoke/Long extension vs. No deal, so be it. Let MPs show their hands, and get the list of names ready for stable clearing in next election

RT @CitySamuel: Why is everyone suddenly convinced PM would quit if she doesn’t get her way? Surely you understand by now: May’s threats and promises mean almost nothing.

RT @brexitblog_info: RT @brexitblog_info: Hannan is right. If we reject May’s disastrous deal, we remain in a stronger position than if we don’t. https://t.co…

RT @JohnOSullivanNR: Surrender on Brexit—which May’s deal represents—means a big Tory defeat since it’s a Tory measure and they’ll rightly get the blame. That probably leads to a Corbyn Tory government. So backing May’s deal means Corbyn plus No Brexit. I think I’ll see a different movie. twitter.com/NadineDorries/…

RT @FraserNelson: RT @FraserNelson: A year-long delay is better than signing May’s awful deal says Dan Hannan telegraph.co.uk/politics/2019/…

RT @FraserNelson: RT @FraserNelson: A year-long delay is better than signing May’s awful deal says Dan Hannan telegraph.co.uk/politics/2019/…

RT @DouglasCarswell: If May’s successors - Hunt, Gove, Boris, Javid, Raab etc - stand any chance of governing effectively, there are about 20-30 senior civil servants that need removing from office on day one. Orders in council signed before returning from the Palace.