All deleted tweets from politicians

Labour MP for Bristol South, Shadow Minister for Northern Ireland / Contact karin.smyth.mp@parliament.uk

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RT @networkrailwest: 🚗Travelling to Bristol Temple Meads next week? 🚧The entrance road to the station will be closed to vehicles on Mon 19…

RT @bristolcfp: Good luck to everyone collecting GCSE results tomorrow. There's lots of options open if you're not sure what's next. https:…

RT @karinsmyth: 🗣️ HAVE YOUR SAY! I've recently been taking part in the Parliamentary Police Scheme to better understand how our police pr…

RT @labourirish: Join us on Monday for an informative event on all things Brexit & Ireland Our brilliant panel will be discussing the imp…

RT @JakeReesMogg: A maiden great-aunt did this in the 1920s and was blown off during a sandstorm - never to be heard of again. https://t.co…

RT @BCABforEU: A border of 277 crossing and thousands of real peoples life's and tonight DUP but this all at risk. twitter.com/BBCPolitics/st…

Karin Smyth MP (Labour) tweeted :

Congratulations to @Bedminsterpharm’s Ade Williams for being shortlisted in the #NHSParliamentaryAwards. I nominated him for the excellent work he does in the community: helping people with improved access to pharmacy-based healthcare and lots more. Well done, Ade. #bristol #nhs https://t.co/pSYhfTCVr6

Karin Smyth MP (Labour) tweeted :

📺 WATCH: Great to visit South #Bristol Child Contact Centre on Saturday which provides invaluable support to children with absent parents. They're currently looking for volunteers - please follow this link for more information and get in touch! ⬇️ tinyurl.com/y3blagok https://t.co/EFsmHp9Zqi

RT @charliecantweet: Excuse the 'drenched' look, but having a cracking day campaigning for @karinsmyth in Bristol South #VOTELABOUR https:/…

RT @FestivalofIdeas: Today's #homesforheroes100 archive photo from the 1964 Housing Report (Bristol Reference Library B14100) is of central…