All deleted tweets from politicians

Daniel Hannan (unknown) tweeted :

"We have been clear throughout that we wanted to be a customs union" says @EmilyThornberry. Untrue. As recently as last year, Corbyn was opposed on the impeccable grounds that the customs union "is protectionist against developing countries".

The scene coming up now is especially inaccurate. Matt Elliot always wanted Dom to run the campaign strategy. That's why he appointed him. The issue was whether Dom should be doing front-of-house stuff, meeting MPs, Tweeting etc. #BrexitTheUncivilWar

@holland_tom Big crowds came to watch his procession to London in 1603. He asked a courtier what they wanted and was told they came to see his face. "By God's wounds!" he replied, "I will pull down my breeks and they shall also see my arse."

RT @DanielJHannan: "I, I took the ball and looked at it," stammered Pippin; "and I saw things that frightened me. And I wanted to go away,…

@holland_tom If they truly wanted to keep us in, wouldn’t they offer a looser deal?

@j_jeffcoat @holland_tom Not a question of blame. Britain always wanted common market not a common government. The failure of the Cameron renegotiation showed that that was not on offer to members, so we are instead seeking it from the outside.

@holland_tom Not a question of blame. Britain always wanted common market not a common government. The failure of the Cameron renegotiation showed that that was not on offer to members, so we are instead seeking it from the outside.

Daniel Hannan (unknown) tweeted :

Suppose the EU actually wanted Britain to reverse its decision. What would it do? conservativehome.com/thecolumnists/…

Daniel Hannan (unknown) tweeted :

During the referendum campaign, Nigel Farage repeatedly attacked me on the false grounds that I supposedly wanted a second referendum. I didn't respond, because it would only have helped the other side. Still, I'm surprised to see this. brexitcentral.com/nigel-farages-…

If Remainers truly wanted to stop Brexit, here's how they'd do it. ibtimes.co.uk/ten-suggestion…