All deleted tweets from politicians

John Mann (Labour) tweeted :

I have had nearly as many people raise prorogation in the last 48 hours as ask me to attend an animal welfare event in Parliament next week.

RT @Underground_RT: Tune in now to Going Underground to see: -Geoffrey Robertson QC discuss Boris Johnson’s prorogation, Assange, US military bases undermining U.K. sovereignty and more! -Stanley Nelson Jr. and Erin Davis discusses Miles Davis: The Birth of Cool rt.com/on-air/rt-uk-a…

Ann Clwyd (Labour) retweeted @AnnClwyd :

RT @AnnClwyd: Disappointed by the fall of the Animal Welfare (Sentencing) Bill due to prorogation. I have written to @DefraGovUK to get this back on the Parliamentary timetable ASAP! @Battersea_P @FOAWales #AnimalWelfare https://t.co/1Z8ShWY6CL

Interesting Australian commentary on ⁦@UKSupremeCourt⁩ prorogation decision: “The Judgment is an inept foray into high politics and should be recognised as a historic mistake” policyexchange.org.uk/publication/th…

There's been so much talk on #Brexit and #prorogation, but very little attention paid to what @houseofcommons can do to help save lives in Glasgow. I asked @commonsleader to make time for my Supervised Drug Consumption Rooms Bill. #DCRs #SIFsSaveLives #YouKeepTalkingWeKeepDying https://t.co/48gSiEC15G

John Baird (unknown) retweeted @BobRae48 :

RT @BobRae48: “a decision to prorogue (or advise the monarch to prorogue) will be unlawful if the prorogation has the effect of frustrating or preventing, without reasonable justification, the ability of Parliament to carry out its constitutional functions as a legislature”

RT @PaulJSweeney: A Supreme Court historic judgement that the #Prorogation of Parliament was unlawful, and is therefore null and void. It vindicates the legal action that over 75 MP took, including myself, at the Court of Session. Parliament should be reconvened. The Prime Minister should resign.

RT @PaulJSweeney: A Supreme Court historic judgement that the #Prorogation of Parliament was unlawful, and is therefore null and void. It vindicates the legal action that over 75 MP took, including myself, at the Court of Session. Parliament should be reconvened. The Prime Minister should resign.

RT @NicolaSturgeon: He can’t have it both ways - either prorogation was nothing to do with Brexit as he claimed, OR having prorogation declared unlawful frustrates Brexit. It can’t be both. twitter.com/nickeardleybbc…