All deleted tweets from politicians

Today’s GDP figures show the worst performance in six and a half years. ONS data shows that services, manufacturing and construction. And we have a Government pursuing a ‘no deal’ Brexit that will harms business, jobs and livelihoods. Anti-business and pro-dogma.

Lilian Greenwood (Labour) tweeted :

Great to join @NADP_official for their annual conference especially as today’s focus is ‘Going places with your hearing loss’. Especially looking forward to this presentation from @rexyedventures! #DeafTraveller

Chuka Umunna (Labour) tweeted :

Today’s Tory party - one of two broken parties at the heart of our broken politics. We need to #ChangePolitics, end two party system and replace it with a better alternative > #DemandBetter

Chuka Umunna (Labour) tweeted :

@LabourList on the Shadow Cabinet:”The outcome of today’s mtg is not the adoption of a new position..but it formalises the policy settled on last month. Corbyn said: We have committed to respecting the result of the referendum”➡️ Vote Labour,get Brexit…

Keir Starmer (Labour) tweeted :

Today’s result is disappointing. But all Tory leadership candidates need to know that we will not give on the fight to stop a no deal Brexit.

Clive Lewis MP (Labour) tweeted :

Well done to all the thousands of activists both local and those who rocked-up for today’s victory! & thank you to the people of Peterborough for electing @LisaForbes_. We’ve blunted Farage’s momemtum. Now let’s ensure this isnt the last count he’s he’s forced to Smeagol off at

Naz Shah MP (Labour) tweeted :

My question to the Prime Minister in today’s #PMQs The Islamophobia problem extends to the very top of the Tory Party The Prime Minister: 1) Ignores calls to adopt the APPG on British Muslims definition of...…

RT @labourlewis: Good morning! and Bon voyage fellow travellers on today’s #PeoplesVoteMarch #FinalSayForAll

Rupa Huq MP (Labour) tweeted :

I’m steadfastly behind a #peoplesvote but don’t want to jeopardise extending article 50 which is what today’s votes are about and don’t believe that a splitter amendment out of spite that will damage the cause is the way to do about it which is what even @peoplesvote_uk recommend

Diana Johnson (Labour) tweeted :

Majority have now ruled out no deal and today’s simple proposition is to extend Article 50 and then find a way forward to a majority view in Parliament.” @Keir_Starmer