All deleted tweets from politicians

Politicians

MattRodda

Labour MP for Reading East | For casework email mattroddampcasework@parliament.uk

AlokSharma_RDG

MP for Reading West & Secretary of State for BEIS & President of @COP26

Hans Jansen (EU) retweeted @EchoDuider :

RT @EchoDuider: Zonder Twitter had ik dus niet geweten dat de slachtpartij in Reading gemotiveerd werd door islamitische homofobie. Dat krijg je dan weer niet mee van de deugmedia want homo's hebben minder deugprivilege dan moslims. Jammer voor ze, het is nu eenmaal zo.

Ged Killen (UKMPs) tweeted :

I'll never forget reading about this 8-year-old boy in Glasgow stealing tomato sauce sachets from school to make soup. This Government is spending £500 million a year fixing potholes but it can't find £120 million to feed starving children? #maketheUturn independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-n…

Ged Killen (UKMPs) replied to @gerryhelmet :

@gerryhelmet @TrussellTrust @JamesKellyLab We put forward a reasoned amendment declining a second reading which was defeated

Ged Killen (UKMPs) retweeted @Donnan_S :

RT @Donnan_S: I wrote this last night after a rough two days of reading and listening to the validity of someone's sexuality in the context of everyone else's feelings. #comingout belongs to nobody except the person doing it. medium.com/@stephendonnan…

RT @HandsMegan: RT @HandsMegan: Lunch time reading...@BarbaraKuriger 's opinion piece..."times are tough but news is good" https://t.co/bIvZNPCbTz

RT @matthew1butcher: I'm spending my day reading about messaging and Covid-19 (i'm cool, I know). So many people doing interesting stuff. Thought I'd share a few: (1/n)

RT @peter_sarris: RT @peter_sarris: When not reading about the Mongols, I will spend today pondering what to do with my aubergines... https://t.co/nvO2h0WdcX

Caroline Lucas (Green) tweeted :

Required reading from @KevinClimate - even if UK hits net zero by 2050, emissions would be 2 or 3 times greater than our fair share -so we need to do much more ://www.theguardian.com/environment/2020/jun/26/leading-scientist-criticises-uk-over-its-climate-record?CMP=share_btn_tw

RT @varungandhi80: In reading Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment, published 154 years ago, I found the protagonist eerily describing the exact situation we find the world in today, with Covid-19, economic turmoil etc https://t.co/ZjAToR036D