All deleted tweets from politicians

‘without those “binding changes” it is hard to see why a vote for Mrs May’s current deal in exchange for her resignation is a victory for the ERG.’ Quite. Which is why this silly idea does not origin among us.…

Vince Cable (UKMPs) tweeted :

Catch up on my views on Corbyn and May’s latest Brexit shifts, the emergence of TIG, and news beyond the UK, with my blog.

@KennyFarq Dinna cast a Cloot till May’s oot (or a bunnet!)

The fish rots from the head - we will not heal the body politic with May’s leadership. My short speech today in parliament on why I voted no confidence in this Government.…

@Chrisgrayling has stooped to a new low. In a bid to get colleagues to back May’s deal he claimed that stopping Brexit would ‘open the door’ to ‘extremist forces’ in the UK. This kind of scaremongering is not only dangerous, but it is embarrassing.

Jo Johnson (Conservative) tweeted :

May’s deal just adds more poison to Brexit…

Bill Esterson (Labour) tweeted :

Drip feed of misinformation by government. Media faithfully reporting false choice that it’s either May’s Deal or No Deal. Both must be rejected by Parliament. There are better alternatives and MPs must work together to find them.

Adrian Bailey MP (UKMPs) tweeted :

Both Theresa May’s deal and leaving the EU on WTO terms would fail to protect jobs in the Black Country. My speech from the emergency debate on a no deal Brexit yesterday: via @YouTube

Andrew Gwynne MP (Labour) tweeted :

📺 WATCH: This morning I was on #Marr. Theresa May’s Government isn’t just stuck in the mire over Brexit, it’s failing to function on the day-to-day business of running the country and it’s our public services and communities that are suffering.

Rosie Duffield MP (UKMPs) tweeted :

Theresa May’s Brexit deal: no confidence from the public, no confidence from parliament. Does she even have the confidence of her own party? This is an absolute shambles. #PMQs