All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @MartynDaySNP: Some 1.23m people do not have a bank account. With the @DWP's plans to close the #PostOfficeCardAccount scheme next year, I asked @GuyOpperman how he'll ensure that the 300K vulnerable people who rely on the PO are still able to access their #Benefits & #StatePensions thereafter. https://t.co/6tFMRg8fSG

RT @MartynDaySNP: Some 1.23m people do not have a bank account. With the @DWP's plans to close the #PostOfficeCardAccount scheme next year, I asked @GuyOpperman how he'll ensure that the 300K vulnerable people who rely on the PO are still able to access their #Benefits & #StatePensions thereafter. https://t.co/6tFMRg8fSG

RT @CommonsPAC: Last year **nearly a quarter** of @dwp's £19bn annual benefits expenditure was paid out wrongly, through #fraud or #error - & that was before the 3 million new #UniversalCredit claims since #Covid hit Thursday 10am we'll question senior officials on how they're going to fix this https://t.co/uPAZ5zJCSR

RT @MartynC86: RT @MartynC86: Good to see @M_Star_Online quoting @PCS_Scotland over DWP's ludicrous plan to close half of Glasgow’s Jobcentres https://t.c…

RT @tanyamccamphill: RT @tanyamccamphill: .@theSNP #socialjustice team press DWP's @scrabbmp on work&health programme&protections for disabled post Brexit #effe…

RT @womensaid: RT @womensaid: .@DWP's proposed LHA cap could force refuges & other supported accomodation to close. Listen to @BBCWomansHour for our view…

RT @KateOsamor: I have just tried to make representation for a constituents by using DWP's new portal but was told that MP’s can no longer make direct representation for constituents. This is outrageous, how on earth will the most vulnerable seek their welfare rights before falling into debt!

RT @KateOsamor: I have just tried to make representation for a constituents by using DWP's new portal but was told that MP’s can no longer make direct representation for constituents. This is outrageous, how on earth will the most vulnerable seek their welfare rights before falling into debt!

I have just tried to make representation for a constituents by using DWP's new portal but was told that MP’s can no longer make direct representation for constituents. This is outrageous, how on earth will the most vulnerable seek their welfare rights before falling into debt!

Rather than maintaining the DWP's brazen denial, I implore the new Secretary of State to face up the the reality of Universal Credit plunging people into poverty, debt and risk of homelessness, and take action to prevent further avoidable hardship. My full letter to @AmberRuddHR: https://t.co/hCHv3MXpKm