All deleted tweets from politicians

Ged Killen (UKMPs) tweeted :

Last night I voted against the UK Government’s budget. The Prime Minister said that "austerity is over", however the reality of this Government’s promises was captured by something the Prime Minister said some time ago, “nothing has changed.”

I joined @bbcsml this morning to discuss the government’s rejection of our @Commonswomequ’s proposals on working dads.

Have a look at our report here:… (it’s short and very practical) and the government’s response:…

The roof is literally falling in on this government’s housing policy. 3 weeks ago, my constituent warned their ceiling was collapsing. No one took action. It then collapsed - luckily no one hurt. It’s high time for @KarenPBuckMP’s Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Bill.

The Government’s rhetoric of UC helping people stay in work is clearly preposterous; urgent changes must be made to ensure vulnerable households receive the assistance they require.

The hour is late but it’s not stopping @TommySheppard ripping in to Tory Government’s shambolic #Brexit deal... @theSNP MPs will make Scotland’s voice heard even if it means waiting into the small hours to do so...

Jo Johnson (Conservative) tweeted :

Why the Government’s deal is bad for the country and the Conservative Party

MUST-READ: New report shows Government’s dodgy #Brexit deal will cost Britain £100bn by 2030.… Time for a #PeoplesVote

Sammy Wilson MP (dup) tweeted :

There is a irony to the Government’s claim that publication of legal advice will undermine their position. No one has compromised the Government's position more than the Government itself in these negotiations.

Disabled people have been treated so badly by this government’s policies that the United Nations has said it is a systematic violation of their rights - “a human catastrophe”, which was “totally neglecting the vulnerable situation people with disabilities find themselves in”. 6/7