All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @d4nf0x: But even with today’s confirmation (I won’t call something we all knew a “revelation”) of the Party’s institutional antisemitis…

RT @JoeEDwyer: Great coverage in today’s @M_Star_Online by @SweeneySteve of @GildernewM’s visit yesterday to the Kurdish Community Centre i…

Adrian Bailey MP (UKMPs) tweeted :

I urge everyone able to vote in Sandwell to get out and support Labour candidates in today’s council elections and send Theresa May the strongest possible message that cuts to our local services must end now. Use the link below to find your polling station.

Adrian Bailey MP (UKMPs) tweeted :

I urge everyone able to vote in Sandwell to get out and support Labour candidates in today’s council elections and send Theresa May the strongest possible message that cuts to our local services must end now. Find your nearest polling station at bit.ly/2J5Lnt6

Today’s the day I’ll be running the London Marathon in aid of Derian House Children’s Hospice. Thank you to everyone who’s donated so far. It’s still not too late to donate and every penny really will make a difference, so if you can, please visit uk.virginmoneygiving.com/ChrisGreenMP https://t.co/1tOkfPdjox

RT @NickJTimothy: We know what Britain wants from Brexit talks, but what does the EU want? My piece in today’s @Telegraph: https://t.co/9tx…

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