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These observations of Twitter behavior from politicians where made in the period from 20 August 2020 23:00 untill 18 September 2020 23:00

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RT @USAmbUK: Wonderful news! British beef is heading back to the American dinner table. A great deal for 🇺🇸 consumers and 🇬🇧 farmers. More opportunities to come! farminguk.com/news/-historic… https://t.co/ibmzWLLfEc

RT @TanDhesi: Having skipped the details of his “oven-ready deal”, Boris Johnson now feels the urge for a UK Internal Market Bill to protect him from the EU, but what we actually need is a Bill to protect our country from the seemingly limitless ineptitude and incompetence of this PM and Govt. https://t.co/GBDKNUADvX

RT @TanDhesi: Glad Govt finally listened to @UKLabour and looking to end their failed franchise model. But instead of hearing via rumours, to ensure proper scrutiny, Ministers must update @HouseofCommons about rail future and support for UK suppliers, given billions of taxpayer funds at stake https://t.co/BceMwrh78M

Rupa Huq MP (Labour) tweeted :

I support @CPAGUK campaign for travel in London to stay free for under 18s @SadiqKhan Reducing transport options/ increasing costs will only widen divisions in Ealing Central &Acton where 36% children are living in poverty after taking housing costs into account #DontZaptheZip https://t.co/E3T1AVAVOU

RT @Aiannucci: To be fair, we shouldn’t expect Johnson and Hancock to supply perfect answers to complex health problems. They’re not qualified medical experts; which is why they’ve brought in specialists like the former head of TalkTalk and accountancy firm Accenture.