All deleted tweets from politicians

Ged Killen (UKMPs) replied to @AlistairMay :

@AlistairMay I think it should be remain vs PM’s deal.

Paul Sweeney MP (UKMPs) retweeted @Gedk :

RT @Gedk: The Brady amendment simply tells us what we already knew. The only version of the PM’s deal that can command a majority is one that is impossible to negotiate. More delaying tactics. Nothing has changed.

Ged Killen (UKMPs) replied to @FewArePict :

@FewArePict There are different views. Personally, I think it should be a straight accept/reject the PM’s deal with the default position being remain. The Kyle/Wilson amendment says PM’s deal should be accepted if confirmed in a referendum.

RT @PaulWilliamsMP: RT @PaulWilliamsMP: More support tonight in Parliament for a public vote than *any* other option, and more than the PM’s Brexit deal https:…

RT @open_britpress: RT @open_britpress: .@OwenSmith_MP – PM’s trade admission highlights need for a transitional UK-EU deal openbrita.in/2RbEdT https://t.c…

RT @richardplackett: The entire ERG supports the PM’s deal including John Redwood and Steve Baker Douglas Carswell supports the PM’s deal Patrick O’Flynn supports the PM’s deal Suzanne Evan’s supports the PM’s deal But apparently it’s not Brexit - because Nigel says so Surely some mistake!

Adrian Bailey MP (UKMPs) tweeted :

Encouraged by the PM’s announcement of a review into the #LoanCharge. Now a review is in sight, the loan charge must be suspended immediately so that no one else has to unnecessarily suffer due to this unfair and retrospective measure. ft.com/content/9698c1…

@cjstevenjwright @SouthportLibDem Hi Steve. I voted for leaving with a deal (the PM’s deal) on Tuesday. The Lib Dems and Labour voted against leaving with the only deal on offer. Yesterday’s vote shouldn’t have been necessary.

RT @robertcourts: I will reluctantly back the PM’s deal if/when there is a MV3. The hard reality is that this deal, for all its faults, is now the only available route out of the EU & to deliver on our promises. With renewed focus the ultimate prize is still achievable in future relationship talks

RT @OliverMilne: Despite the PM’s promises that the gov would stay away, UK officials met attendees at Saudi investment conference. Tonight @EmilyThornberry said “This is typical of the government’s hypocrisy over the Khashoggi murder” mirror.co.uk/news/politics/…