All deleted tweets from politicians

Daniel Hannan (unknown) tweeted :

I’ll be with the total heroes (and heroines) at ⁦@PacificResearch⁩ on 9 July talking about how Brexit can strengthen the British-American alliance. If you’re in San Francisco, do pop in. pacificresearch.org/events/luncheo…

RT @_hanimustafa: I’ll just finish on the point that it’s funny all these attacking me as some sort of Remoner, given I’ve invested so much time doing media, knocking on doors, doing real campaigning for Brexit, while their idea of meaningful contribution was sharing Britain First posts on FB

RT @DavidHenigUK: The message "There is no point in saying “Just leave!” or “I’ll get us a better deal!” unless you are clear about how you intend to do it." is absolutely right and being ignored conservativehome.com/thecolumnists/…

RT @JamesCleverly: I’m going to #VoteConservative on my way into DExEU this morning. Then I’ll be getting on with the day job of making sure we’re properly prepared to leave the EU, under any circumstances.

RT @T_W_Robinson: I’ll be voting for @DanielJHannan tomorrow. He’s been fighting our corner for the last 25 years, standing up for Britain in Brussels. We can’t let him down now. #VoteHannan https://t.co/ivw98ID43w

RT @TDieppe: “I’ll have done my job if, in the end, the deal is so tough on the British that they’d prefer to stay in the EU” - Michel Barnier. conservativehome.com/thecolumnists/…

RT @PaulGoodmanCH: RT @PaulGoodmanCH: From @DanielJHannan on @ConHome: What is driving this chaos? I’ll tell you. The EU is determined to punish us. https://t…

RT @ConHome: RT @ConHome: From @DanielJHannan: What is driving this chaos? I’ll tell you. The EU is determined to punish us. bit.ly/2sFMDK7

RT @ConHome: RT @ConHome: From @DanielJHannan: What is driving this chaos? I’ll tell you. The EU is determined to punish us. bit.ly/2sFMDK7

RT @DamianCollins: I’ll be voting against with EU withdrawal agreement on Tuesday. I cannot support a deal where we’re locked into the proposed backstop arrangement with no independent power to exit. None of the arguments I’ve heard persuade me otherwise. It would be a terrible outcome for the UK.