All deleted tweets from politicians

My contribution to yesterday’s debate on #Palestine Parliamentlive.tv parliamentlive.tv/event/index/f6…

Yesterday’s announcement let the Trans community down. When I asked @trussliz whether the 3 new gender clinics promised were the 3 pilot services committed by the previous Government or whether it was a new investment, no answer was forthcoming.

Despite being on the call list, there wasn’t enough time for everyone to get called on during yesterday’s heavily subscribed and important backbench debate on support for the aviation industry. #NewportEast constituents can read a copy of my speech here 👉 jessicamorden.com/news/2020/09/1…

Following many heart-breaking emails from devastated students following yesterday’s #AlevelResults debacle, I have written to the Minister for School Standards to ask that the Governement extend the same trust to state school teachers as they have to teachers in private schools. https://t.co/yMwMF0UoyV

Ged Killen (UKMPs) tweeted :

Unifying the party? People have been expelled for less than yesterday’s act of self-sabotage.

Andy McDonald MP (Labour) tweeted :

Yesterday’s voting debacle was dangerous, discriminatory & anti-democratic. How Tory MPs could have the audacity to say it went well is beyond parody. Government must take its Health & Safety responsibilities seriously. People aren't going to have any confidence until they do. https://t.co/3S6S1RrwEn

Simon Clarke MP (UKMPs) tweeted :

Great to see our local paper at yesterday’s news conference. Teesside is a huge priority for the Government, and as a Boro MP I am a very proud to be entrusted with the levelling up agenda. Alongside great colleagues and Mayor @BenHouchen, the years ahead are hugely exciting.

In yesterday’s Coronavirus statement from @MattHancock, I asked about the position of mothers with very young children, following feedback from constituents about the scarcity of certain baby products. https://t.co/XJf6y4qEG8

Rupa Huq MP (Labour) tweeted :

Yesterday’s budget does not right the wrong of damaging cuts worth of. Whilst there are some very welcome measures, there are whole areas - such as social care and local government - which seem to have been forgotten.

I wrote something, as inadequate as it would ever be, on yesterday’s sad events and our political culture. facebook.com/notes/gavin-sh…