All deleted tweets from politicians

My response to the Chancellor's spending review. The fiscal powers of Independence is the only way to protect Scotland from £40bn of austerity cuts. chrisstephens.scot/2020/11/26/ind…

Unfortunately I was not successful in the ballot to speak following the Chancellor's statement. I would have asked once again about providing more support for those who do not qualify for existing schemes, in parlicular the hospitality supply chain, self-employed & events sectors

RT @KevinBrennanMP: The Chancellor's words this week on green finances were hollow, amounting to nothing but buzzwords and catchphrases. Where is the the bold action on green jobs and green finance? We need a UK government with the initiative to build things like the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon. https://t.co/sFsM0rYm4D

RT @PreetKGillMP: 📺WATCH: The Chancellor's been too slow to act at every stage. Over 1m people have lost their jobs, redundancies at record highs, unemployment rising & millions of self-employed still left w/o support. The Chancellor needs to stop making excuses & get a grip of this crisis #PMQs https://t.co/Go07cqL2wT

📺WATCH: The Chancellor's been too slow to act at every stage. Over 1m people have lost their jobs, redundancies at record highs, unemployment rising & millions of self-employed still left w/o support. The Chancellor needs to stop making excuses & get a grip of this crisis #PMQs https://t.co/PtmpeRO9W7

Jeff Smith (Labour) tweeted :

With furlough and self-employed support extended, some of the Chancellor's announcements are welcome. But serious gaps in support remain, and his last minute, U-turn driven approach has already risked lives, cost jobs and caused chaos. We deserve better. jeffsmithmp.com/2020/11/06/the…

RT @AnnelieseDodds: I'll be in the Commons shortly to hear the Chancellor's latest last-minute statement on economic support. This cycle of bluster, denial and then running to catch up is costing jobs and causing chaos. We need a proper plan to give businesses certainty in every part of the count

Anneliese Dodds (EU) tweeted :

I'll be in the Commons shortly to hear the Chancellor's latest last-minute statement on economic support. This cycle of bluster, denial and then running to catch up is costing jobs and causing chaos. We need a proper plan to give businesses certainty in every part of the count

RT @Open_Britain: leading @Open_Britain supporter @ChukaUmunna - Chancellor's @BBCr4today interview further evidence of need to avoid #brexit cliff-edge. https://t.co/Vap83OtS1X