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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RT @sarahwollaston: So a government minister is forced to resign tonight in order to vote for governmentโ€™s own white paper. PM may be in Office but it seems the ERG is in power.

RT @jessicaelgot: Former foreign secretary Margaret Beckett says the Raab situation is "is one of the most extraordinary things I have ever heard." Says it is unheard of for foreign secretary to refuse to make urgent call if requested by officials in this kind of situation. theguardian.com/uk-news/2021/aโ€ฆ

RT @Peston: The impartial speaker said @GillianKeegan for the government, in debate on whether Randox contracts were awarded in a fair and proper way, was โ€œdefending an impossible positionโ€. Extraordinary day. @BorisJohnson and his government look so marginalised on these probity questions

RT @paul__johnson: Boris Johnson We will: -Build back better -Fix NHS -Fix Social Care -Attack drift and dither -Fix unbalanced economy -Fix productivity problem There has been a Conservative Govt in place since 11 May, 2010. That's 11 years, 4 months and 25 days

RT @lucyjones: I thanked the Waitrose cashier for working so we could eat. She started to cry & said no one had said thank you. I asked if she was being looked after. She said no. She hadnโ€™t even been thanked. The stress our heroic retail staff are under..itโ€™s heart-breaking. Clap the cashiers?

RT @peterkyle: โ€˜The meagre measures announced today reveal a failure to recognise the foundational role schools play in creating fair and prosperous communitiesโ€™. So says the man hired by โฆ@BorisJohnsonโฉ to advise government on schools. Students deserve better. thetimes.co.uk/article/rishi-โ€ฆ

RT @BBCPolitics: Has the UK got coronavirus under control? "We are all living with this virus," says Home Secretary Priti Patel, "people are not as unwell and not as ill as they had been previously" because of the vaccine bbc.in/3pahJbb #Marr https://t.co/X7qhNhsyyA

RT @paul__johnson: -Energy crisis -Supply line crisis -Firms warn of closure -Food rotting in fields So, -Business Sec says heโ€™s in talks with Chancellor to find solutions -Treasury says: Thatโ€™s made up. No talks Will PM intervene? Probably not. Heโ€™s on holiday -How this Govt operates

RT @TheNewEuropean: A government in denial, a nation in trouble. Here's a sneak preview of this week's New European - in shops on Thursday for ยฃ3.50, on the app, and through a subscription at theneweuropean.co.uk/subscribe https://t.co/ZBUm2LNasq

RT @LiamThorpECHO: Naturally reshuffle grabbing the headlines, but don't forget that today all Tory MPs are being told to ignore a vote on a devastating cut to Universal Credit which the party's own analysis says will force many into brutal poverty liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/uk-world-โ€ฆ