All deleted tweets from politicians

Member of Parliament for Wimbledon, Raynes Park, Morden and Motspur Park. Please email specific enquiries to stephen.hammond.mp@parliament.uk

This may be an incomplete list. If you think we're missing someone, please send us their Name, Country/State, Political Party, Office they hold or are seeking and, of course, Twitter handle. Thanks!

Ful regulations can be found here: legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2020/1200…

@RaynerSkyNews What time is this

RT @MertonTories: Emissions-based parking charges will hurt the worst off in #Merton, those who cannot afford a new car, and those for whom a car is not optional. Sign our petition and help us to stop this new tax on motorists. mertonconservatives.org/forms/parking-… https://t.co/1QYdKhl7hE

RT @HenryPryor: RT @HenryPryor: You know you’re in with a shout when you get the support of @StevenJNorris. twitter.com/joymorrissey/s…

RT @ACEPolicy: RT @ACEPolicy: Today @ACEPolicy is launching a paper authored by @S_Hammond at @ArupGroup looking at the case for a Dept for Infrastructure.

A good morning taking part in a Community Clean-Up this morning in #WimbledonPark this morning with @FoWimbledonPark and Wimbledon Park Councillors in support of the #KeepBritainTidy campaign. https://t.co/0xhrCOOZEv

RT @MertonTories: Saturday Marks the start of the Wandle Fortnight, a celebration of the Wandle Valley and the Wandle River which runs through the heart of our Borough. Learn more at: wandlevalleyforum.org.uk/wandle-fortnig… https://t.co/oMcrPUKOX8

RT @markvauxhall: @S_Hammond Raynes Park is now the busiest station in London by passenger numbers without either step-free access in place or funding committed for it to be put in place. Hopefully this time round the DfT will include at least RP...

RT @UniversitiesUK: ❕ Student guide to appeals @ofqual has today published a guide for students who have concerns or questions about how their grades were calculated, including information about appeals More information 👉 bit.ly/31TLlMX https://t.co/SvSweIj1Vd

This coming Saturday, 15th August, is 70 Years since Victory in Japan in the 2nd World War. Merton’s Heritage Service are commemorating this with online products and information which you can find here: photoarchive.merton.gov.uk/VJ