All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @brexjam: Brexit Party @brexitparty_uk still overwhelming favorites to win the Peterborough by-election. Mon 8.10am BXP 3 to 1 on LAB 3 to 1 against CON 25 to 1 against LDM 50 to 1 against GRN 1000 to 1 against peterboroughtoday.co.uk/news/politics/…

RT @PeterboroughCC: The Peterborough results in the #EuElection2019 are: Brexit Party 16,196, Labour 7,272, Lib Dems 6,491, Cons 4,594, Green 4,563, UKIP 1,537, Change UK 1,277, English Democrats 284, independent Attila Csordas 65. Full results for our region announced here -bit.ly/2YFMeoW

RT @GoodwinMJ: Britain now moves into a parliamentary by-election in Peterborough: The result of #ep2019 there: #Brexit Party 38.3% (+38.3) Labour 17.2% (-7.9) Liberal Democrat 15.4% (+10.9) Conservative 10.9% (-14.7) Green 10.8% (+5.1) UKIP 3.6% (-29.9) (change since 2014)

RT @britainelects: Bolsover (East Midlands) result: Brex: 41.2% (+41.2) LDem: 16.8% (+14.5) Con: 12.1% (-1.2) Grn: 10.5% (+6.6) Lab: 10.4% (-26.9) UKIP: 4.9% (-31.4)

RT @brexitparty_uk: The Brexit Party rallies with Nigel Farage: ➡️ Merthyr Tydfil - 15th May ➡️ Wolverhampton - 16th May ➡️ Frimley - 19th May ➡️RALLY FOR DEMOCRACY - London - 21st May thebrexitparty.org/events https://t.co/w019YvGEqw

RT @brexitparty_uk: RT @brexitparty_uk: Calling all Brexiteers! Join @Nigel_Farage outside Clacton Pier this Wednesday for a Brexit Party rally. https://t.c…

RT @Nigel_Farage: RT @Nigel_Farage: Tomorrow we change politics for good. Watch our journey so far ⬇️. https://t.co/YlPwg8rwF6

RT @GoodwinMJ: New #EP2019 UK poll puts UKIP + Brexit Party on a combined 29% One will probably need to eliminate the other to top the elections https://t.co/Ey72WdjXno

RT @joshaw: Fascinating chart and website. Some interesting insights. David Coburn better at turning up for roll call votes than Alyn Smith and Ian Hudghton! twitter.com/DatabaseSponge…

RT @GoodwinMJ: A perfect storm is now approaching the Conservative Party. A majority of Conservative voters loathe Corbyn & back No Deal. May has a far more pro-Brexit electorate than Cameron ever had. And not one but two hard Brexit parties -the Brexit Party & UKIP- are nipping at their heels.