All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @DouglasCarswell: RT @DouglasCarswell: Since when was it up to senior civil servants to chose our government or our government’s priorities? @marksedwill ht…

RT @NatUnionWorkers: Fantastic to see @LMChesters standing with farm workers. On this government’s watch, too many people have been forced into the black economy, picking and packing the fruit and vegetables we all eat. https://t.co/pY9E07A49u

RT @AFK103: RT @AFK103: ◽ Great coverage of @ColinSmythMSP calling out the Scottish Government’s flawed green bus scheme. https://t.co/TlXZNXmswJ

Economic Policy-Fiscal stability is the starting point. Congress promises to reverse the BJP Government’s fiddling with the target of fiscal deficit. Congress promis- es to achieve the target of 3 per cent of GDP by 2020-21 and remain under that limit: #CongressMainfesto2019 https://t.co/fKHdU3bHTT

RT @JamesMelville: Just look at the government’s estimated drop in GDP from different Brexit scenarios across UK regions - in particular, the massive drop in GDP from a no deal Brexit. In many UK regions, this would represent an economic decline that is one of the worst ever in British history. https://t.co/slr2tDzl0A

RT @JamesMelville: Just look at the government’s estimated drop in GDP from different Brexit scenarios across UK regions - in particular, the massive drop in GDP from a no deal Brexit. In many UK regions, this would represent an economic decline that is one of the worst ever in British history. https://t.co/slr2tDzl0A

RT @BOConnorMP: Watch Mathias Cormann explain that keeping wages low is a “deliberate” feature of the Liberal Government’s economic strategy. This at a time when wages growth is at record lows. No wonder they support cutting penalty rates. #auspol https://t.co/QJ3Q6UcOVg

@chriswellsy I support leaving with the government’s deal, which I have previously voted for.

@BroadhurstBooks @MaryEarnshaw This is because I am in favour of leaving with the government’s deal, which I have voted for ◽

@MrKW95857780 @OwenJones84 I am not in favour of a second referendum, and I voted in favour of the government’s deal.