All deleted tweets from politicians

Shadow Chancellor. Labour and Cooperative MP for Oxford East. Rose Hill resident. Mum to two little gremlins. Curry fan. Views my own.

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Anneliese Dodds (EU) tweeted :

The reward for months of hard work and sacrifice by the British people cannot be a P45. Labour will fight for jobs, jobs, jobs.

Anneliese Dodds (EU) tweeted :

The lack of an aviation strategy to protect employment and promote environmental measures is a huge worry for towns like Crawley. Thanks to ⁦@CllrPetesTweets⁩ and ⁦@Michael4Sussex⁩ for meeting me at Gatwick airport today to discuss Labour’s six point plan for aviation

Anneliese Dodds (EU) tweeted :

Local lockdowns are key to the government’s plan announced last week. Yet just theee days before summer recess, it hasn’t introduced any new help for affected areas. We need targeted aid to protect local jobs and health or this strategy won’t work.…

Anneliese Dodds (EU) retweeted @OBR_UK :

RT @OBR_UK: How high will unemployment rise? That depends in part on how many furloughed workers lose their jobs rather than returning to them #OBRFSR2020

Anneliese Dodds (EU) tweeted :

This @OBR_UK analysis is very worrying. Unless the govt takes urgent action now, millions of jobs could be lost. The Chancellor must make the Job Retention Scheme live up to its name. Instead of withdrawing support, he must target it where its needed most.

Anneliese Dodds (EU) tweeted :

Yesterday I visited Northfield near Birmingham to see how high street retailers are coping in these challenging times. Small businesses need our help. If we don’t use them, we'll lose them. And government must target support to where it's needed most.…

Anneliese Dodds (EU) retweeted @WMLabour :

RT @WMLabour: Great to have Shadow Chancellor @AnnelieseDodds with us in Northfield this morning, chatting to traders and getting the lowdown on the local impact of lockdown from @BrumLabour councillors @Olly4Northfield and @alex4knn.

Anneliese Dodds (EU) tweeted :

Families aren’t going out for meals because they're waiting for a tenner off.   They're not going out because they're still worried about the virus.   We don’t just need incentives. We need confidence.

RT @nickeardleybbc: RT @nickeardleybbc: NEW: Permanent Secretary at HMRC did not approve Job Retention Bonus because of uncertainty about its value for money