All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @StephenLloydEBN: Quelle surprise. Not. Meanwhile the recent insight on this side of the pond by some of Johnson’s media supporters that not only is he a serial liar and utterly self-serving - but would also prove incompetent at governing - is a shock to us all🤷‍♀️ nytimes.com/interactive/20…

RT @PeterStefanovi2: Devastating news for #WASPI campaign today but here is Boris Johnson’s promise last year “In the famous case of the WASPI women I will undertake to return to this issue with fresh vigor & new eyes & see what I can do to sort it out” He wouldn’t lie to 3 million women would he? https://t.co/NO4E3doBY6

RT @matt_hfoster: Home Office sticking to its guns on No Recourse to Public Funds after Boris Johnson’s promise to look into it. @coyleneil tells our @eleanormia the Home Sec’s answer is “inaccurate and unhelpful” with councils still left confused about help they can offer. twitter.com/politicshome/s…

The EU wants Paris Agreement climate compliance in our trade agreements but Johnson’s man Tony Abbott says global warming is ‘absolute crap’ https://t.co/EOQRpuPBH9

Johnson’s misogyny underlined by him hiring the world’s most famous misogynist Tony Abbot after Australia PM Julia Gillard’s most unforgettable speech youtu.be/fCNuPcf8L00 via @YouTube

Neil Coyle (Labour) tweeted :

Bloke thrown out by Australians and hated by their current Government is Johnson’s latest secret weapon. The countries we need to work with are being antagonised by tossers like this.

Nic Dakin (Labour) retweeted @NicDakin55 :

RT @NicDakin55: Sad that we have such a hopeless, hapless government. 8 U-turns in 8 months from Boris Johnson’s government – POLITICO politico.eu/article/8-u-tu…

RT @Keir_Starmer: ‘Levelling up’ was meant to be the priority of Boris Johnson’s administration. However, many young people have seen their futures levelled down with one clean sweep. dailymail.co.uk/debate/article…

Anneliese Dodds (EU) tweeted :

telegraph.co.uk/politics/2020/… A downturn was inevitable after lockdown, but Boris Johnson’s jobs crisis was not. It didn’t have to be like this. Yesterday’s bleak economic figures are the result of poor political choices by Boris Johnson and his ministers. They must change course.

RT @JackMcKelvie: Good campaign session out in Burntbroom, Baillieston tonight. Plenty of anger about Boris Johnson’s shutting down of Parliament and concerns about democracy being dismantled. People seeing that an independent Scotland is the way forward. #ActiveSNP #ScotlandCan https://t.co/kflPzBzED7