All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @jane__bradley: Excellent number crunching by Private Eye on Theresa May’s strikingly different responses to the poisoning of Sergei Skripal and that of Litvinenko. https://t.co/EnH9p75v50

RT @PaulJSweeney: The responsibility for the current Brexit situation lies squarely at the door of 10 Downing Street. Theresa May’s has proven herself totally inflexible, incapable of compromise and unable to accept the need to find common ground with others. https://t.co/TTtxZ0ESk0

RT @PaulJSweeney: The responsibility for the current Brexit situation lies squarely at the door of 10 Downing Street. Theresa May’s has proven herself totally inflexible, incapable of compromise and unable to accept the need to find common ground with others. https://t.co/TTtxZ0ESk0

RT @PaulJSweeney: JC destroying May’s attempt to flog the same deeply-flawed deal as something other than the same deeply-flawed deal. A unilateral exit from the backstop would obviously defeat the meaning of the backstop. May has pandered to the ERG instead of finding cross-party consensus https://t.co/79hngGtQ4p

RT @PaulJSweeney: JC destroying May’s attempt to flog the same deeply-flawed deal as something other than the same deeply-flawed deal. A unilateral exit from the backstop would obviously defeat the meaning of the backstop. May has pandered to the ERG instead of finding cross-party consensus https://t.co/79hngGtQ4p

RT @PaulJSweeney: Yesterday in the House of Commons, Business Secretary Greg Clark appeared to agree with me that May’s failure to include some form of Customs Union as part of her deal will cost British industry dear in terms of additional costs such as warehousing and inventory. https://t.co/HdpCNNJGSP

RT @PaulJSweeney: Yesterday in the House of Commons, Business Secretary Greg Clark appeared to agree with me that May’s failure to include some form of Customs Union as part of her deal will cost British industry dear in terms of additional costs such as warehousing and inventory. https://t.co/HdpCNNJGSP

RT @PaulJSweeney: Yesterday in the House of Commons, Business Secretary Greg Clark appeared to agree with me that May’s failure to include some form of Customs Union as part of her deal will cost British industry dear in terms of additional costs such as warehousing and inventory. https://t.co/HdpCNNJGSP

RT @PaulJSweeney: Yesterday in the House of Commons, Business Secretary Greg Clark appeared to agree with me that May’s failure to include some form of Customs Union as part of her deal will cost British industry dear in terms of additional costs such as warehousing and inventory. https://t.co/HdpCNNJGSP