All deleted tweets from politicians

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RT @HyndburnCouncil: 💜 thank you everyone who has had a coronavirus test 💜 ✅ no appointment needed ✅ no sypmtoms needed ✅ walk-in facility ✅ swabbing by medical professionals OPEN 10am - 2:45pm Every day 🙌 Scaitcliffe Community Centre Hannah St Accrington BB5 0QX #LetsDoItForHyndburn https://t.co/AnlB67ySun

RT @Jacklouisfox: RT @Jacklouisfox: The best thing you will see all day. https://t.co/N2duQmNup5

RT @wdjstraw: RT @wdjstraw: Good on Daniel Radcliffe: "if you make a lot more money than most people - like I do - you should pay more tax": http://t. ...

Graham Jones (Labour) retweeted @wdjstraw :

RT @wdjstraw: RT @wdjstraw: Learning from Lamont. How another Tory Chancellor understood that deficit reduction shld follow, not precede, recovery: ht ...

Graham Jones (Labour) retweeted @wdjstraw :

RT @wdjstraw: RT @wdjstraw: Even in final defeat, Kean doesn't get it. A "very good" performance it was not. Not when you lose at home & go down. ...

Graham Jones (Labour) retweeted @wdjstraw :

RT @wdjstraw: RT @wdjstraw: Tory investment in London's transport hardly in doubt. Problem has been the lack of investment elsewhere #PMQs http://t.co/FV…

Graham Jones (Labour) retweeted @wdjstraw :

RT @wdjstraw: RT @wdjstraw: Great to have @GrahamJones_MP & @ConorMcGinn out helping us on the #labourdoorstep this morning in Fernhurst http://t.co/Z1WE…

RT @Reuters: RT @Reuters: Ennio Morricone, Italian composer most famous for Westerns, dies aged 91 reut.rs/2C6R3lp https://t.co/dqNM8Imptu

Graham Jones xMP (Labour) tweeted :

Have to say having fought for 20 years against the BNP etc.. in Lancashire, the report seems out of sync with the result and the findings more in tune with a London perspective. theguardian.com/uk/2001/jun/30…