All deleted tweets from politicians

My statement regarding today’s resignation of Labour MPs. Link mentioned in text: tinyurl.com/y5785nju https://t.co/r6jWrRgnbx

It’s #EnglishTourismWeek19! Today’s #NorthOxfordshire showcase is @BicesterVillage, a strong local employer and great atmosphere with over 160 shops @VisitEngland @actsoxfordshire https://t.co/nsD1brUBi9

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... facebook.com/NazShahMP/vide…

Matt Western MP (UKMPs) tweeted :

20 years ago Labour introduced the national minimum wage, delivering a pay rise for millions. Despite today’s increase, the national ‘living wage’ is still over £1,500 a year short of meeting people’s needs. We must continue the fight against poverty pay

Today’s Order Paper housepapersservice.digiminster.com/library/docume… Daily Order Paper.pdf And this handy guide https://t.co/lgTkQK0ZYq

A video excerpt from my speech at today’s #YouthStrike4Climate #Leedsleads https://t.co/3rz3rsN46P

Kate Green (Labour) tweeted :

I want my constituents to have a #finalsay on #brexit. But today’s priority is getting an extension to Article 50, and I agree with the official campaign that the timing of the #peoplesvote amendment is wrong. I’ve signed this statement tonight https://t.co/CWeQYnIB2S

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 https://t.co/tNGWRV6HWz

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

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 Parlaiment.” @Keir_Starmer