All deleted tweets from politicians

Diane Abbott MP (Labour) tweeted :

Yesterday, I spoke in favour of amendments to the Government’s new Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill. Prevent isn’t working and an impartial review is long overdue. We need an effective anti-radicalisation programme that works with communities rather than demonising them.

Anneliese Dodds (EU) tweeted :

Local lockdowns are key to the government’s plan announced last week. Yet just theee days before summer recess, it hasn’t introduced any new help for affected areas. We need targeted aid to protect local jobs and health or this strategy won’t work.…

Peter Dowd (Labour) tweeted :

Given the government’s bovine approach to most things the photo sums them up.

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.”

Ged Killen (UKMPs) tweeted :

‘Scottish’... this is the Scottish Government’s Minister for Mental Health

Liz Twist MP (UKMPs) replied to @LizTwistMP :

2/ "Mr Speaker, On 26 March 2018 I stood in this chamber & asked an Urgent Question about the Government’s decision to award the passport contract to Gemalto, a French-owned company.

Liz Twist MP (UKMPs) replied to @LizTwistMP :

4/ So, can we have a debate in Government time on the Government’s failure to protect highly-skilled, well-paid jobs in the North East as a matter of urgency?"

Well done @MarcusRashford and everyone who’s campaigned for #MakeTheUTurn. The government’s u-turn in on free school meals is an example of people power. We’re going to need a whole lot more of it going forward because this government can’t be trusted to put people first.

🚨 UPDATE 🚨 The Government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme has protected 8400 jobs in our area. That’s 9️⃣5️⃣0️⃣0️⃣! Thanks, @RishiSunak 🙌🏼

Wes Streeting MP (Labour) tweeted :

The extension of the Government’s support schemes will come as a relief to people whose incomes and jobs are depending on them, but the Chancellor is still runs the risk of driving up unemployment if he scales back support too soon and applies a ‘one size fits all’ approach.