All deleted tweets from politicians

Co-leader of @NZGreens, MP & Min. for Climate Change, Min. of Stats & Assoc Min. of Finance. Auth by James Shaw, Parl Buildings, Wellington.

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RT @NZGreens: Increasing NZ's refugee quota & settling refugees into their new communities has been made a key issue by this Govt! Today is…

James Shaw (green-party) tweeted :

Support the call to do more for those seeking refuge. #WorldRefugeeDay @NZGreens https://t.co/oQNLgCzAkx

James Shaw (green-party) tweeted :

Proud to be the warm-up act to @louaitken of @akinafoundation at Post Budget business/NGO breakfast in Wellington to talk wellbeing. @NZGreens https://t.co/HibIekC6Xq

James Shaw (green-party) tweeted :

At Grant Thornton partners’ post Budget breakfast at Pipitea Marae in Wellington talking first important steps on the transformation which the Wellbeing Budget 2019 is taking. #greenchange @NZGreens https://t.co/EWiVrDLhRD

James Shaw (green-party) tweeted :

Shout out to Laurette, who's just graduated with her Masters in Climate Science from Victoria University, pictured here with the boys from the office. https://t.co/gPcPpMf7Tm

James Shaw (green-party) tweeted :

Got to learn about @NgaiTahu 500 year climate change strategic plan during the UN SecGeneral’s visit to Christchurch. That’s right. 500 yr plan. https://t.co/4RyH092464

RT @jamespeshaw: We promise New Zealanders that the Greens will work with Labour to make our tax system fairer. #capitalgainstax

RT @LeahJFlynn: President Anote Tong of the Republic of Kiribati talks of the struggle to tell his nations climate plight #PCCC2016 https:/…

RT @LeahJFlynn: President Tong says he expects that some Kiribati communities will have to relocate in the next five years. #PCCC2016

James Shaw (green-party) tweeted :

What a crowd! Pleased to be at the @SchoolStrike4Climate at Parliament.