All deleted tweets from politicians

Labour MP for Tottenham. Shadow Lord Chancellor and Shadow Secretary of State for Justice. Recently wrote a new book, Tribes. Spurs fan #COYS.

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David Lammy (Labour) replied to @DavidLammy :

Spanning the political spectrum, our contributors show that Black History Month is not partisan. Thank you to those who have revisited their pain, explored our past, and set out their vision for the future. @TheHouse_mag

David Lammy (Labour) replied to @DavidLammy :

Firstly, in a breathtaking essay, the award-winning author @BernardineEvari explores the concept of Blackness and Whiteness - what identity, privilege, the reality of racism, and being part of the white majority in Britain means @TheHouse_mag politicshome.com/news/article/w…

David Lammy (Labour) replied to @DavidLammy :

Foreign minister @JamesCleverly believes Britain is “the best place in the world” to be Black. But after a difficult year for the Black British community @jasmine_akua asks him why he thinks they should have faith in the government @TheHouse_mag politicshome.com/thehouse/artic…

David Lammy (Labour) replied to @DavidLammy :

Political debate often focuses on the lives of Black people in the inner city. But thousands of Black people grow up as the minority in the countryside too. @georgiaecha investigates, with @HelenGrantMP @labourlewis @TheHouse_mag politicshome.com/thehouse/artic…

David Lammy (Labour) replied to @DavidLammy :

Britain has long depended on Black people, but rarely acknowledged it. @GaryYounge explores how the seminal moments in Black History and British Politics continue to intersect inside and outside Westminster @TheHouse_mag politicshome.com/thehouse/artic…

David Lammy (Labour) replied to @DavidLammy :

I sat down with @ckyenge and @Jallow_M, two prominent Black European politicians, to discuss Black Lives Matter on the Continent and the abhorrent racism they have faced @TheHouse_mag politicshome.com/thehouse/artic…

David Lammy (Labour) replied to @DavidLammy :

After years of heightened division, we must commit to action not words. Policy changes are needed to address discrimination in our criminal justice system, health services and workers’ pay, writes @HelenGrantMP @TheHouse_mag politicshome.com/thehouse/artic…

David Lammy (Labour) replied to @DavidLammy :

Unless we can get past the toxicity and opportunism of the ‘culture war’ debate we are in serious danger of losing a profoundly historic moment afforded to us by this double pandemic, by Lord Woolley @OpBlackVote @TheHouse_mag politicshome.com/thehouse/artic…

David Lammy (Labour) replied to @DavidLammy :

Throughout its long history the Conservative Party has found new ways to appeal to the ever-changing electorate, @anitabboateng believes. @TheHouse_mag politicshome.com/thehouse/artic…