All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @johnmcdonnellMP: It’s dawning on people that there are huge gaping holes in yesterday’s Chancellor’s statement. We must urge him to shift once more to protect the wages of the self employed by including them in the jobs retention scheme & to raise the level of sick pay to the real living wage.

Immediate response to Chancellor’s statement is: good for employees - 80% of wages should mean employers keep jobs, backdating to 1st March also welcome. Not food enough for self employed, pushing reliance on to, slightly increased, UC and Tax Credits will see incomes decimated

RT @scotfoodjames: Immediate reaction to Chancellor’s package. His promise of further measures now essential, because this won’t have necessary effect. Offer of loans is an invite to debt. Business is losing income it will never recover. Wholesale tax holiday is a critical measure now required.

RT @FSB_Scotland: Reassuring to hear from @NicolaSturgeon that all consequential funding from the Chancellor’s business rates announcements yesterday will be passed on - in full - to local Scottish firms. Thanks to @Jackson_Carlaw for raising this important point. #fmqs

RT @DouglasCarswell: RT @DouglasCarswell: I worry that the weakness of the German Chancellor’s position makes it harder to negotiate a good Brexit deal.

Jeremy Corbyn just lying there about his shadow chancellor’s plans (or not as Corbyn claims!) to introduce a four-day week for the NHS. McDonnell’s been clear his four-day week would apply to the NHS👇 #BBCDebate https://t.co/jIGgQWmh5D

RT @LindaThomasUK: Labour blasting out of the water the Tory Chancellor’s 2018 Myth that ‘we’ve never had it so good.’Sadly a pipe dream for the NHS /those caring for elderly and children in care.Arrogance of Tories staggering and worrying @GwynneMP @BoltonLabour @MayorofGM twitter.com/labourpress/st…

Stephanie Peacock (UKMPs) tweeted :

The Chancellor’s announcement to provide sanitary products in secondary schools is welcome but needs to go further. To tackle period poverty sanitary products should be provided wherever they’re needed, including the workplace: https://t.co/BcgTrW14fy

RT @KateOsamor: The Chancellor’s complacency about the economy is astounding - the Tories have presided over the slowest recovery since the 1920s #SpringStatement

The Chancellor’s complacency about the economy is astounding - the Tories have presided over the slowest recovery since the 1920s #SpringStatement