Alle verwijderde tweets van politici

RT @Puffles2010: -> @DanielZeichner slams attempt to close Cambridge Magistrates court. Tory ministers shouldn’t bother praising Cambridge if they are cutting all our services that the city needs. https://t.co/y7CxaIyP44

RT @BusiMkhumbuzi: Don’t mistaken our pragmatism for stupidity. When we say that students shouldn’t celebrate Zuma’s announcement, it is because there is no plan, no stakeholder buy-in, & no certainty that students will study for free in 2018. He is playing a political game & we are collateral.

RT @HMOIndiaShadow: Outrageous statements shouldn’t be taken lightly BJP MP Vinay Katiyar’s statement on Taj Mahal soon becoming Tej Mandir, however outlandish it might sound, cannot be taken lightly livemint.com/Opinion/xSlY3V…

Gerry Byrne (unknown) retweette @byr_ne :

RT @byr_ne: @CaptnJabberJaws This government is desperately pandering for votes. Dropping the licence fee shouldn’t happen. Only promoting more amateurs on the rivers.

RT @LabourDefence: CGS is right in his comments but it shouldn’t take constant interventions from him and others to get the Government to understand the damage 8 years of cuts has done to our Armed Forces and the need to do something about it. twitter.com/bbcnews/status…

RT @MartynC86: Really shouldn’t need to be said, but the Scottish Government did not save the BiFab yards - workers organising and fighting for the jobs was what secured work there.

RT @EssexCanning: This, from @TomTugendhat, on why shouldn’t a mutual, a not-for-profit, or even a charity be able to bid to run the East Coast Mainline is a great read conservativehome.com/parliament/201…

RT @simphiwedana: I can’t believe that we’re debating a shadow government that shouldn’t exist, an organization that romanticizes apartheid and works on explicitly sanitizing apartheid - I can’t believe we would see them as a viable option on fighting corruption. twitter.com/nombonisogasa/…

RT @robmcd85: RT @robmcd85: SNP MP @ChrisStephens highlights hardship caused by #UniversalCredit - ‘shouldn’t be happening 75 years after Beveridge’s rep…

RT @Sameenaqau: The participants of the current sit in shouldn’t be seen in isolation from the jihadist core of the country. Where will it take this country is difficult to predict but it definitely wouldn’t be a desirable destination. @a_siab