All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @jamesrosewell01: @montie @BorisJohnson I kept my membership so I could vote for May’s successor. But 31/10 is the deadline. If we are not out of the EU then my membership card gets cut up. I hope BoJo can get us out by then, there is no chance that Hunt will. And I’ve been a member since 1980.

RT @SteveBakerHW: Mrs May’s deal is dead because it wasn’t Brexit. And so Boris must become PM. And Boris will stay PM because he will do Brexit. Sometimes politics really isn’t very complicated at all. twitter.com/nigel_farage/s…

Richard Corbett (EU) retweeted @TomKibasi :

RT @TomKibasi: May’s resignation means soft Brexit is dead. The right will lock in behind a Farage/Johnson no-deal crash-out. The only question now is whether the left will rise to the moment to protect the country & fight to STOP BREXIT with all that it has. It’s time to get off the fence. https://t.co/xZyaz4hgmV

RT @jennyhillBBC: Slightly awkward start to what the German press call Theresa May’s ‘begging tour’ Angela Merkel normally waits on red carpet to greet guests on arrival ....not today... https://t.co/yYYG3NGy37

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 @lawyers4britain: Why Brexiteers were right to reject Theresa May’s deal, and why it’s right to reject it again if it is brought back. - By Martin Howe QC, chairman of Lawyers for Britain. lawyersforbritain.org/why-brexiteers…

RT @VeteransBritain: Sunday Telegraph today: Top retired generals and admirals call for MPs to reject May’s agreement and Leave without the damaging military arrangements it describes. Full letter found here: telegraph.co.uk/opinion/2019/0… https://t.co/u7rFhJgHWK

RT @PaulJSweeney: The responsibility for the current Brexit situation lies squarely at the door of 10 Downing Street. Theresa May’s has proven herself totally inflexible, incapable of compromise and unable to accept the need to find common ground with others. https://t.co/TTtxZ0ESk0

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…