All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @bobservant: It was an absolute honour to advise The Chief at yesterday’s disciplinary meeting at @TaysidePolice Yes, it was a high risk strategy. Yes, it didn’t work. But we left the room with our heads held high.

RT @S_ReillyHii: .@londonchamber pleased to take part in a timely conversation today following yesterday’s MAC report to the government about the UK’s post-#Brexit #immigration system.

RT @RaniaRamli: Thank you to everyone who came along to yesterday’s Friends of Labour Students reception. It was fantastic to be joined by the country’s longest serving Labour Prime Minister and to hear about the contributions @LabourStudents made to the last Labour government! https://t.co/Vy1A3GOHWc

RT @peoplesvote_uk: BREAKING: After yesterday’s constituency poll, it is clear the pro-People’s Vote candidate with the best chance of winning Kensington is @SamGyimah. We will be backing Sam, good luck! bit.ly/2XleQEy #TacticalVoting

RT @miriam_cates: So excited about yesterday’s announcement that a Conservative government will invest £4.2 billion in a Local Public Transport Fund & that one of the projects highlighted for funding is a Stocksbridge to Sheffield passenger service. #Vote4Miriam https://t.co/NPLVAaHcjn

RT @johnmcdonnellMP: It’s dawning on people that there are huge gaping holes in yesterday’s Chancellor’s statement. We must urge him to shift once more to protect the wages of the self employed by including them in the jobs retention scheme & to raise the level of sick pay to the real living wage.

In yesterday’s Coronavirus statement from @MattHancock, I asked about the position of mothers with very young children, following feedback from constituents about the scarcity of certain baby products. https://t.co/XJf6y4qEG8

Rupa Huq MP (Labour) tweeted :

Yesterday’s budget does not right the wrong of damaging cuts worth of. Whilst there are some very welcome measures, there are whole areas - such as social care and local government - which seem to have been forgotten.

Marion Fellows MP (UKMPs) tweeted :

Braving yesterday’s rain to speak to voters in Wishaw about the current political climate! 💨🌧 @theSNP @FionaFSNP @mwellwishawSNP #activesnp https://t.co/3c7pFmecSI

I share the huge disappointment at yesterday’s court ruling on 1950s women’s pensions. I stand with the @WASPI_Campaign #CunninghameWASPI women. #NotGoingAway. The fight for justice must continue and it will. https://t.co/82bx9Drxen