All deleted tweets from politicians

Richard Burden (Labour) tweeted :

Housing was the biggest single issue in my caseoad as an MP. Over 13,000 households on Birmingham’s waiting list. Over 3,000 households in temporary accommodation. It all underlines how urgently Birmingham needs many more homes built for social rent & affordable purchase

RT @JackDromeyMP: #Birmingham’s 27 Special School Heads will meet the ⁦@BhamCityCouncil⁩ leadership and the Schools Minister over funding crisis. They are a lifeline to the most vulnerable children and young people ⁦@birmingham_live⁩@NickGibbUK⁩birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-…

RT @JackDromeyMP: #Birmingham’s 27 Special School Heads will meet the ⁦@BhamCityCouncil⁩ leadership and the Schools Minister over funding crisis. They are a lifeline to the most vulnerable children and young people ⁦@birmingham_live⁩@NickGibbUK⁩birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-…

Richard Burden (Labour) tweeted :

According to this analysis Northfield will be hit by cuts of 15.45% as Birmingham’s loses over £48m from the Conservatives redirecting funding to better off areas theguardian.com/society/2020/j…

RT @MarkDiStef: With uni fees slated to go up, worth remembering young Simon Birmingham’s passionate platform in 1994 buzzfeed.com/markdistefano/… https://t.co/tfAUMm1ncT

RT @MarkDiStef: With uni fees slated to go up, worth remembering young Simon Birmingham’s passionate platform in 1994 buzzfeed.com/markdistefano/… https://t.co/tfAUMm1ncT

RT @JackDromeyMP: From, #Erdington, Birmingham’s brilliant @Ladysanity starring in the #Birmingham2022 @GC2018 closing ceremony. Next step our great city! twitter.com/birminghamcg22…

RT @JackDromeyMP: #Birmingham’s schools face £59 million cuts, harming the life chances of a generation of children and young people. That’s why I will be supporting the @NEUnion Weekend of Action on 21st and 22nd April https://t.co/3FjUjDRFXp

RT @JackDromeyMP: None so noble as those who care. A privilege to host a visit by 50 of Birmingham’s finest, carers and cared for from @CarersUK https://t.co/EwztsdIQjl

RT @SkyNewsAust: .@BOConnorMP on Education Minister @Birmo’s Catholic school funding comments: Simon Birmingham’s comments are disgraceful, they’re highly offensive, and he should apologise. MORE: bit.ly/2HHK3J5 #amagenda https://t.co/h8MAwHbHoY