All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @JamesMelville: Britain is a democracy where Boris Johnson is elected as Prime Minister by only 0.25% of the electorate, to form a government that doesn’t have a majority, in a party that is at 20% in the polls, to threaten a no-deal Brexit that only 26% of the population want. #BorisDay

RT @JamesMelville: Britain is a democracy where a new Prime Minister will be chosen by only 0.25% of the electorate, to form a government that doesn’t have a majority, in a party that is at 20% in the polls, to threaten a no-deal Brexit that only 26% of the population actually want.

RT @cjsnowdon: George Osborne's sugar levy is going to add 0.25% to inflation next year, according to the OBR - > parliament.uk/business/publi… twitter.com/George_Osborne…

RT @markantro: RT @markantro: This is what happens when Mark Carney & the Bank of England don't understand economics & set interest rates at 0.25% https:/…

RT @DanielJHannan: World Bank says a no-deal Brexit would reduce our EU trade by 2%. That's a total of 0.25% of our economy. Not desirable, obviously, but not so awful that we should pay through the nose to avoid it.youtube.com/watch?v=SUC6oG…

RT @DanielJHannan: World Bank says a no-deal Brexit would reduce our EU trade by 2%. That's a total of 0.25% of our economy. Not desirable, obviously, but not so awful that we should pay through the nose to avoid it.youtube.com/watch?v=SUC6oG…

RT @DanielJHannan: World Bank says a no-deal Brexit would reduce our EU trade by 2%. That's a total of 0.25% of our economy. Not desirable, obviously, but not so awful that we should pay through the nose to avoid it.youtube.com/watch?v=SUC6oG…

RT @DanielJHannan: World Bank says a no-deal Brexit would reduce our EU trade by 2%. That's a total of 0.25% of our economy. Not desirable, obviously, but not so awful that we should pay through the nose to avoid it.youtube.com/watch?v=SUC6oG…

RT @DanielJHannan: World Bank says a no-deal Brexit would reduce our EU trade by 2%. That's a total of 0.25% of our economy. Not desirable, obviously, but not so awful that we should pay through the nose to avoid it.youtube.com/watch?v=SUC6oG…

@craigmorrison22 @Logan1Bill A 0.25% rise on an outstanding mortgage of £100,000 (just above average) raises monthly payments from £450 to £463.