All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @BakerLuke: EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier offers May his respect, in English... He seems to be suggesting that her successor may not be so intent on the "orderly withdrawal" aspect twitter.com/MichelBarnier/…

RT @FatalePhlegm: @jarvo02 @georgegalloway @Slartib24574150 The #EU's unelected Napoleons and Caesars need challenging. They won't know what's hit them. #LeaveMeansLeave #Brexit #Democracy https://t.co/kVQ3TRMWwQ

RT @mattholehouse: EU's Tusk: "We should treat the UK with the highest respect, as we want to remain friends and close partners, and as we will still need to agree on our future relations. Neither side should be allowed to feel humiliated at any stage in this difficult process."

RT @TheresaMEP: I have signed this joint letter calling on the EU's Venice Commission to investigate 'declining democratic standards' in the UK: leftfootforward.org/2019/06/meps-d…

Ana Gomes, MEP (EU) retweeted @business :

RT @business: RT @business: Angela Merkel blasts the EU's merger rules for failing to take into account growing Chinese dominance bloom.bg/2HSWncd

RT @Roger_Da_Costa: Britain used to conduct 12% of the clinical trials in the world. Now it is only 1%. What happened? The EU's Clinical Trials Directive. #BBCQT

Daniel Hannan (unknown) retweeted @tomhfh :

RT @tomhfh: RT @tomhfh: latest 2019 GDP forecasts for the EU's big four: ◽◽ 1.3% ◽◽ 1.3% ◽◽ 0.5% ◽◽ 0.1% ec.europa.eu/info/sites/inf…

RT @ECRepMalta: When it comes to #migration management, #Malta is a good example of #solidarity in action, in accordance with the EU's basic principles - @Avramopoulos #EUdialogues https://t.co/4vWNAIkWyC

RT @G_Krzyzanowski: Insightful piece revealing major problem of German policy that affects EU's a whole - Germany doesn't assume relevant responsibility for multilateral insitutions, while using these fora to pursue its own interests. See #NordStream2 as an example. @JSaryuszWolski @SlawomirDebski twitter.com/TobiasBuckFT/s…

RT @paulmasonnews: EU's 31/10 Brexit deadline leaves 3 options... 1. Pass the deal and let Tories own it ❌ 2. Pass Labour's CU deal - both parties own it ❌ 3. Let the British people own the decision in a Second Referendum or General Election ✅