All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @JohnOSullivanNR: May’s Withdrawal Agreement is like a story from Neville Henderson’s memoirs. At Berchtesgaden Chamberlain rejected Hitler’s demands to the Czechs as a Diktat never before presented to a nation not defeated in war. Hitler replied: It’s not a diktat. See, it is headed Memorandum. twitter.com/SteveBakerHW/s…

RT @mollygiles2015: The idea that these results look like this because ‘we haven’t passed May’s deal yet and that’s why people are angry’ is the most Westminster bubble idea ever. Do Westminster Conservatives honestly believe if we pass May’s deal this will right itself? twitter.com/yougov/status/…

RT @MrRBourne: Whatever happens w Corbyn talks, Brexiteers should vote down May’s treaty in MV4 in even larger numbers than before now. If that sets up Revoke/Long extension vs. No deal, so be it. Let MPs show their hands, and get the list of names ready for stable clearing in next election

RT @CitySamuel: Why is everyone suddenly convinced PM would quit if she doesn’t get her way? Surely you understand by now: May’s threats and promises mean almost nothing.

RT @brexitblog_info: RT @brexitblog_info: Hannan is right. If we reject May’s disastrous deal, we remain in a stronger position than if we don’t. https://t.co…

RT @JohnOSullivanNR: Surrender on Brexit—which May’s deal represents—means a big Tory defeat since it’s a Tory measure and they’ll rightly get the blame. That probably leads to a Corbyn Tory government. So backing May’s deal means Corbyn plus No Brexit. I think I’ll see a different movie. twitter.com/NadineDorries/…

RT @FraserNelson: RT @FraserNelson: A year-long delay is better than signing May’s awful deal says Dan Hannan telegraph.co.uk/politics/2019/…

RT @FraserNelson: RT @FraserNelson: A year-long delay is better than signing May’s awful deal says Dan Hannan telegraph.co.uk/politics/2019/…

RT @FraserNelson: RT @FraserNelson: A year-long delay is better than signing May’s awful deal says Dan Hannan telegraph.co.uk/politics/2019/…

RT @DouglasCarswell: If May’s successors - Hunt, Gove, Boris, Javid, Raab etc - stand any chance of governing effectively, there are about 20-30 senior civil servants that need removing from office on day one. Orders in council signed before returning from the Palace.