All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @HadleyFreeman: I know this is all terrible. But there’s something to be said for watching the whole country come together against something that isn’t the virus

After years of hostility to even the use of the word reparations, there’s now potentially a door opening to enable serous discussion & policy making on this. Progress in Rhodes statue campaign whilst Johnson scraps DFID show this fight could go either way. theguardian.com/world/2020/jun…

RT @anandMenon1: RT @anandMenon1: I reckon there’s a valid position between ‘this country is shit’ and ‘this country is perfect’.

RT @rmperry1978: @gerardpatrick @angelaeagle Surely there’s a rule that covers this? You must have to have a minimum number of MP’s debating and voting in parliament for anything to pass?!

RT @UKLabour: RT @UKLabour: There’s no planet B, we need to take of our oceans today. #WorldOceansDay https://t.co/Wqn9aQiFER

RT @UKLabour: RT @UKLabour: There’s no planet B, we need to take of our oceans today. #WorldOceansDay https://t.co/Wqn9aQiFER

RT @Channel4News: “There’s probably been 40,000 excess deaths that could have been avoided.” Former Chief Scientific Advisor Sir David King says the government’s handling of the epidemic has been “disastrous”, adding it is “too early” to start lifting lockdown. https://t.co/FafL25fna6

RT @Tim_Roache: GMB Union response to Chancellor’s announcement. There’s more to do, but this has to be welcomed - it will secure jobs, livelihoods & economic recovery on the other side of this #Covid_19

RT @AnnelieseDodds: I’ve made clear to the Chancellor ways in which the #newstarter gap could be filled. While it’s good there’s finally some movement on this issue, it’s critical that others falling through gaps receive support.

RT @AnnelieseDodds: I’ve made clear to the Chancellor ways in which the #newstarter gap could be filled. While it’s good there’s finally some movement on this issue, it’s critical that others falling through gaps receive support.