All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @miriam_cates: So excited about yesterday’s announcement that a Conservative government will invest £4.2 billion in a Local Public Transport Fund & that one of the projects highlighted for funding is a Stocksbridge to Sheffield passenger service. #Vote4Miriam

RT @AsoAirAmbulance: Thank you to all who attended yesterday’s APPGAA Annual Reception at Westminster. Brilliant day of lobbying and networking with @JBrokenshire addressing and thanking the sector for their incredible work in prehospital care. #ForThePatient #WednesdayWisdom

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.

RT @LichfieldPirate: RT @LichfieldPirate: @Mike_Fabricant Good article in yesterday’s Times about it.

RT @mrjordanwylie: A huge thank you from the bottom of my heart to everyone that contributed to yesterday’s charity football match at @BlackpoolFC, we raised thousands for charity and it was a great success. Huge respect to all the players too for their kind support! #Legends 📸 @stephenmcgrath

Today I am back in Parliament to hold the Government to account on behalf of my constituents, following yesterday’s Supreme Court ruling which upheld Parliament's soveriegnty. (1/2)

RT @lucyallan: RT @lucyallan: After yesterday’s twitter pile on I am just going to put this here -…

Congratulations to @TerryDowdall on winning yesterday’s nomination in a very competitive race. He will be an outstanding candidate and MP for the people of Simcoe Grey.

RT @camusson: Leading mental health charity SAMH has tonight (belatedly?) commented on yesterday’s worsening childhood mental health waiting times. It praises ScotGov pledges in yesterday’s prog for gov and urges ministers to “follow through on these commitments”…

Speaking on @BBCRadioScot about yesterday’s budget delivers for Scotland. The contrast between Westminster and Holyrood could not be clearer. The SNP put up taxes for everyone earning over £26k whilst the Conservatives cut taxes for the average worker by £130.