All deleted tweets from politicians

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Anneliese Dodds (EU) tweeted :

⏱️Today is you last chance to register to vote and have your voice heard. 📢 Make sure you register now so you don’t miss out: gov.uk/register-to-vo…

Anneliese Dodds (EU) tweeted :

Read my letter to the Operational Delivery Director of NHS England about the latest on the PET-CT scanners here: https://t.co/NzHizYyMgg

RT @niamhsquared: This is brilliant from @AnnelieseDodds on why the Brexit ministers now need to stop their pseudo-Victorian posturin…

RT @OxfordIMPS1: We do love to have a visitor here @OxfordIMPS1 And we're very happy to show our local MP @AnnelieseDodds what we're all a…

Anneliese Dodds (EU) tweeted :

...& of course (3) UK has exercised legal ability to reduce scope of (for example) Working Time Directive. EU working rights are a floor, not a ceiling. Leaving them, & pursuing trade deals with (eg) US would be bad for workers- not to mention 🐓s and 🥚s!

Anneliese Dodds (EU) tweeted :

And also 2. Some areas like controlling new hazards to health&safety *need* international coordination (around exposure to new chemicals etc)- and also UK health and safety system has been downgraded by current & previous govt, while EU system pressed ahead

Anneliese Dodds (EU) tweeted :

There’s a lot of confusion today about whether EU or UK is 🐓 or 🥚 on workers’ rights. Mustn’t forget that: 1. Was a UK Labour govt (sadly) which lobbied vs EU temp and agency workers’ rights (thankfully this is now UK Lab policy- but wasn’t then).

RT @policynetwork: Join us next month to break down the German election results with @StefanieBolzen @AnnelieseDodds @c_kampmann & more htt…

RT @carolecadwalla: "£4,563,350,000 of aggregate short positions on a ‘no deal’ Brexit have been taken out by hedge funds that directly or…