All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @johnmcdonnellMP: It’s dawning on people that there are huge gaping holes in yesterday’s Chancellor’s statement. We must urge him to shift once more to protect the wages of the self employed by including them in the jobs retention scheme & to raise the level of sick pay to the real living wage.

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.

Sadiq Khan (Labour) tweeted :

I’ll be on @BBCRadio4 shortly to give my reaction to yesterday’s appalling terrorist attack on innocent Londoners and the bravery of the ordinary Londoners who confronted the terrorist. You can listen live here:

RT @jonbradyphoto: Yesterday’s exclusive: Shock as Scotland's only unit dedicated to Huntington's disease is to close at end of year, displacing 33 residents with brain damage and putting dozens of local jobs at risk:

RT @NoR3Coalition: More coverage from yesterday’s confirmation that the Scottish Government will reconsider its support for Heathrow expansion…

John Mann (Labour) retweeted @AnasSarwar :

RT @AnasSarwar: My full statement on the Labour Party’s disciplinary process following yesterday’s National Constitutional Committee (NCC) hearing in Glasgow. #AFightForAllOfUs

RT @GeorgePeretzQC: Which is why yesterday’s vote for the Brady “alternative arrangements” amendment is a compromise between MPs, but not a compromise with reality. /ends.

RT @rob_kelsall: RT @rob_kelsall: ‘Enough is Enough.’ - Time for us to show the strength of feeling following yesterday’s #LittleExtras Budget.…

RT @martinangus: Yesterday’s reception for Parliamentary Researchers, Political Assistants & Councillors at 18 Smith Square. With @nick_forbes @GwynneMP lovely view from the roof terrace.

RT @simon_telegraph: Prof Jim Scott has analysed yesterday’s Scottish exam results and found the Higher pass rate has fallen from 91.3pc to 77.4pc since Curriculum for Excellence introduced - SNP under fire after Higher pass rates fall again and S4 passes nosedive by a third…