All deleted tweets from politicians

Labour Member of Parliament for Bristol South. Shadow NI Minister. If you are a constituent who wants to contact me, please email:

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RT @CoBCollege: Have you been inspired by the #ClapForCarers and want to consider a career in Health and Social Care? Start your career with us today on our BA (Hons) Health and Social Care Management course.… #MyBristolCollege #HigherEducation #HealthandSocialCare

RT @bristolpaul: Good news that the galleries and Cabot circus have opened their toilets - so as well as other purchases you can spend a penny @BroadmeadBID @CabotCircus @galleriesBRI

RT @bristolpaul: This is a really important pre-consultation survey to get a feel for how Bristol people feel about the priorities for allocating social housing in the city, please complete it #bristol #ukhousing #councilhousing #socialhousing…

RT @bristolpaul: I’ve been busy spending three seconds reading all the exciting #ukhousing proposals listed in the queens speech to end the housing crisis and homelessness

RT @bristolpaul: RT @bristolpaul: I’ll be on the Sunday Politics tomorrow with @karinsmyth I get housing, Karin gets BREXIT…

RT @bristolpaul: Council housing department is trying to get details on the council housing borrowing cap being removed - eg when, any strings, limits etc - we have projects we can bring forward. Only submitted request for £42m for 376 new council homes last week #ukhousing

RT @bristolpaul: #nhf18 if the government were to commit as much per head as @BristolCouncil to affordable housing it would have an annual programme of £4bn per annum not £2bn spread over 10 years

RT @bristolpaul: RT @bristolpaul: It’s me gibbing off about housing again…

RT @bristolpaul: Excellent catch up with Bristol's housing associations today thanks @ni_knowles for organising. Lots of progress in delivering social and genuinely affordable homes and balanced communities.

RT @bristolpaul: It's not on the planning inspectorate website yet but Legal & General have appealed against the council's planning committee for 'non-determination' - basically this is because they didn't accept the level of affordable housing agreed by the committee