All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @StefSimanowitz: 2) It is true that we didn't know the exact extent of asymptomatic spread, but @MattHancock said on 11 March it was “very significant”. "The scientific evidence DOES show that asymptomatic transmission occurs & that is one of the very significant challenges this virus presents." https://t.co/Jl72bJZ8EG

RT @StefSimanowitz: 2) It is true that we didn't know the exact extent of asymptomatic spread, but @MattHancock said on 11 March it was “very significant”. "The scientific evidence DOES show that asymptomatic transmission occurs & that is one of the very significant challenges this virus presents." https://t.co/Jl72bJZ8EG

RT @StefSimanowitz: 1) Ystdy, in order to explain what the PM had really meant when he said care homes "didn't really follow the procedures", No.10 said "the extent of asymptomatic transmission wasn’t known.” Ministers keep repeating this, but on 11 March Hancock said this👇 https://t.co/6Qa1uH8QBR

RT @wdjstraw: RT @wdjstraw: If IDS was in such a tizzy about the renegotiation position, why didn't he resign in November. #StrongerIn

RT @awudrick: RT @awudrick: Whoa whoa there. When they said "consult" they didn't mean "actually let the people control the outcome"! https://t.co/k4Yt4…

@BBCScotNine Just to be clear, I didn't disagree in principle with another referendum, I disagreed with the idea of simply replaying the simplistic Yes vs No referendum options of 2014, and outlined my reasons why that was both unlikely to happen and undesirable for Scotland if it did happen.

Glad to cheer you up - sorry the haircut didn't though https://t.co/CmnsYwp4B6

RT @PaulJSweeney: I couldn't rise to speak because I was on the front bench as Shadow Minister and, as you fine well know, we didn't get to front bench speakers, because the Tories talked it out. I have no idea why you wilfully misrepresent how Parliament works for frankly petty reasons. twitter.com/CMonaghanSNP/s…

Ged Killen (UKMPs) replied to @shocker38 :

@shocker38 I didn't say I wasn't angry. I'm furious

Ged Killen (UKMPs) tweeted :

If this is information that could compromise national security, why didn't the government oppose the motion calling for it to be released? #ContemptOfParliament