All deleted tweets from politicians

Neil Bibby (Labour) retweeted @NeilBibby :

RT @NeilBibby: Too many Scots are underemployed & today’s stats show Scotland’s employment rate still trails the UK by 1.5%. The tax base must grow to provide more for public services. Scotland needs a proper economic strategy to create quality jobs, raise living standards & increase revenues.

RT @BenPBradshaw: .@sajidjavid admits to me that today’s #cycling announcement will fund a paltry 250 miles of new cycle routes for the whole country. @AndyBurnhamGM is building 1,800 miles in Manchester alone. @WeAreCyclingUK @ExeterCycling @citycyclists

RT @OfficeKTMP: RT @OfficeKTMP: Our thoughts are with the victims and families of today’s terrorist attack in Egypt

Ian Austin (Labour) retweeted @_LFI :

RT @_LFI: LFI’s response to today’s announcement from Donald Trump: “Only direct talks between Israel and the Palestinians - ones that will involve compromise and painful concessions by both sides - can lead to a lasting peace. This plan clearly fails that test”

RT @GAmomentum: @UKABIF @RhonddaBryant Sorry to miss today’s meeting, I will most definitely be at the next. Hope it’s another positive one and look forward to hearing next steps

John Mann (Labour) tweeted :

In today’s pantomime it is the Liberal Democrat Parliamentary candidate calling me a traitor for voting against attempts to scupper brexit.

RT @annaturley: Very pleased with today’s verdict, and to be able to say that I have won my libel action against Unite the Union and Skwawkbox. My full statement:

RT @labourpress: "Today’s anniversary is a timely reminder of how quickly the Liberal Democrats broke their promises for a taste of power with the Conservatives." @AngelaRayner…

Colin Smyth (Labour) retweeted @ScotParl :

RT @ScotParl: @ColinSmythMSP posed the following question on #ScotRail fare increases to the First Minister during today’s session of #FMQs Find out how this question was answered on SPTV 📺

Thinking about the families of those killed in today’s attack in London, those who have been injured injured, and the police, emergency services and members of the public who bravely and selflessly intervened to help.