All deleted tweets from politicians

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RT @SophiaSleigh: Great letter from @CarolineFlint in today's Standard on the #LabourLeadership race: "Earn the right to be heard...let us see less virtue signalling, and more smart solutions to future challenges...remember, win from the centre and you can change lives for the better."👏🏼 https://t.co/4RqGowmw6P

Caroline Flint (Labour) tweeted :

"We’ve got 29 years to reach this target, it seems like a long time but it's not. What we've seen from the pandemic is when we are really focussed, we can marshal different types of groups to put their shoulders to the wheel and make a difference." says @CarolineFlint WATCH 👇

RT @ukonward: "We’ve got 21 years to reach this target, it seems like a long time but it's not. What we've seen from the pandemic is when we are really focussed, we can marshal different types of groups to put their shoulders to the wheel and make a difference." says @CarolineFlint WATCH 👇

Caroline Flint (Labour) tweeted :

Vice President @KamalaHarris. I love the sound of breaking glass. ◽◽◽◽ https://t.co/J7623i524u

@ACarpenDigital @richardmarcj There maybe still time.

RT @Mike_Coops: RT @Mike_Coops: #labour @CarolineFlintMP deputy leadership candidate in Chester Wed evening us11.campaign-archive1.com/?u=25665b66dfa…

Caroline Flint (Labour) replied to @Eno_N :

@Eno_N Hi Eno. So lovely to here from you. Hope you and your family are well. Happy New Year.

@IainDale @dbhabuta @mamith1988 @LangEdward @jwahjwah @billingsaddress Income tax, NICs and VAT account for around 60% of Government revenue. In 2019-20 VAT raised £130 billion. It is a regressive tax but easy for governments to administer.

Caroline Flint (Labour) tweeted :

Income tax, NICs and VAT account for around 60% of Government revenue. In 2019-20 VAT raised £130 billion. It is a regressive tax but easy for governments to administer.