All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @zei_nabq: Jo Maugham, no ally of Corbyn's, has come out with a shocking statement regarding systematic anti-Corbyn bias in the BBC, which he has heard firsthand from a senior BBC exec how do alt-centrist react? By claiming he was hacked! amazing https://t.co/DlCudTph8t

RT @kossy65: Jeremy Corbyn's Brexit plan hasn't gone down well in Labour's heartlands mirror.co.uk/news/politics/… We will see the effect in the local elections in May @georgegalloway 🤔 I know what the feeling is here in Brexit heartland Havering

RT @RobDotHutton: Safe to say that some people on the government benches enjoyed Jeremy Corbyn's reference to Boris Johnson's leaked speech more than others. #PMQs https://t.co/DGJs32M0TJ

Daniel Hannan (unknown) tweeted :

Corbyn's first instinct is to side with another country - any other country - against his own. His determination to see the Elgin Marbles as an anti-colonial issue was drearily predictable. conservativehome.com/thecolumnists/…

RT @DanielJHannan: Corbyn's first instinct is to side with another country - any other country - against his own. His determination to see the Elgin Marbles as an anti-colonial issue was drearily predictable. conservativehome.com/thecolumnists/…

RT @MattTurner4L: RT @MattTurner4L: So Jeremy Corbyn's measured, evidence-based response was in fact appropriate. twitter.com/SkyNewsBreak/s…

RT @ToryFibs: Today, only 205 Labour MPs backed Jeremy Corbyn's vote to end Theresa May starting wars without Parliament's approval. Here is a list of the 205 MPs who backed Corbyn. hansard.parliament.uk/Commons/2018-0…

It's not Corbyn's non-interventionism that people object to. That is a perfectly legitimate position. It's the way he seems to apply it only to the West. https://t.co/wA7mANdXm8

RT @AidanKerrTweets: SNP got 29% of first prefs in May. Again a very significant drop. Council elections held before Corbyn's surge in the national polls twitter.com/britainelects/…

Daniel Hannan (unknown) tweeted :

The consensus is that Corbyn's collusion with an unfriendly government during the Cold War won't damage Labour because it was all a long time ago and yada yada. I'm not so sure. ibtimes.co.uk/left-denial-ab…