All deleted tweets from politicians

*...given yesterday’s lower numbers.

Ged Killen (UKMPs) tweeted :

Unifying the party? People have been expelled for less than yesterday’s act of self-sabotage.

Andy McDonald MP (Labour) tweeted :

Yesterday’s voting debacle was dangerous, discriminatory & anti-democratic. How Tory MPs could have the audacity to say it went well is beyond parody. Government must take its Health & Safety responsibilities seriously. People aren't going to have any confidence until they do. https://t.co/3S6S1RrwEn

Simon Clarke MP (UKMPs) tweeted :

Great to see our local paper at yesterday’s news conference. Teesside is a huge priority for the Government, and as a Boro MP I am a very proud to be entrusted with the levelling up agenda. Alongside great colleagues and Mayor @BenHouchen, the years ahead are hugely exciting.

In yesterday’s Coronavirus statement from @MattHancock, I asked about the position of mothers with very young children, following feedback from constituents about the scarcity of certain baby products. https://t.co/XJf6y4qEG8

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.

I wrote something, as inadequate as it would ever be, on yesterday’s sad events and our political culture. facebook.com/notes/gavin-sh…

Yesterday’s #MYEFO demonstrates that the Budget is returning to surplus without increasing taxes. It also includes more spending infrastructure, aged care & drought support. My OpEd in the @FinancialReview 👉 bit.ly/35qgjNe https://t.co/eTGX2TH4yh

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: bbc.co.uk/radio4 https://t.co/a2A4jtYE5K

Llongyfarchiadau / congratulations to new @Plaid_Cymru councillor Marcia Spooner, winner of yesterday’s county council by-election in #Rhos, #Neath. Looking forward to celebrating with you all in Glynneath tonight with @DanielGwydion/ Daniel Williams 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿💚💛 https://t.co/HFdIGFPPhJ