All deleted tweets from politicians

Maria Eagle, Labour Member of Parliament for Garston & Halewood T 0151 448 1191 E maria.eagle.mp@parliament.uk

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Maria Eagle MP (Labour) retweeted @BenOsu :

RT @BenOsu: Another objection to the @tyreduk Bill having its second reading! Absolutely outrageous. I can’t understand why the Government won’t let this pass, it will - quite literally - SAVE LIVES! #oldtyreskill

Maria Eagle MP (Labour) retweeted @BenOsu :

RT @BenOsu: I can’t believe it’s come to this. You would think this type of Bill would be common sense... change a law + 0 costs to Gov & Tax payer = saves lives + safer roads πŸ€·πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ Please support @tyreduk today! twitter.com/tyreduk/status…

Maria Eagle MP (Labour) retweeted @BenOsu :

RT @BenOsu: DΓ©jΓ  vu!! Once again the @tyreduk Bill has been blocked!! @MolloyFrances, @meaglemp, the team & the public will continue to fight on until @Jesse_Norman @transportgovuk do the right thing - lets just hope it’s sooner rather than later #OldTyresKill https://t.co/cfze5EnEdS

Maria Eagle MP (Labour) retweeted @BenOsu :

RT @BenOsu: How much more evidence do they need? Michael, Kerry and Colin died. Others left with life changing injuries. Devastation left behind in the lives of family and friends. @Jesse_Norman STOP STALLING twitter.com/tyreduk/status…

RT @CommonsJustice: Next week we will be questioning Max Hill QC, Director of Public Prosecutions about the work of the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) Topics will include the CPS's Rape and Serious Sexual Offences strategy and the challenges caused by the serious backlog of cases before the courts https://t.co/dWgQfQ5Xs3

RT @david_conn: Important to understand that the South Yorkshire police cover-up after Hillsborough was very public: it was the fierce campaign to avoid their own responsibility for gross negligence that killed 96 people, and instead make false allegations of misbehaviour, to blame the victims.

RT @lewis_goodall: Matt Hancock said today "we never had a national outage of PPE" Yet on 17th April govt felt the need to issue guidance which said PPE could be reused: "Compromise is needed to optimise supply in times of extreme shortages." Also said lab coats could be used if gowns ran out.

RT @suzanne_moore: RT @suzanne_moore: You do not need your national insurance number to register to vote gu.com/p/47hqb/stw

RT @RobbieCanCook: RT @RobbieCanCook: Lose 3-1 and this....the best support there is... https://t.co/tktnBaPy1R