All deleted tweets from politicians

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Rachel Maclean MP (UKMPs) tweeted :

Fantastic news! So far 64% of 16 & 17 year-olds in #Redditch have received a first dose of the COVID Vaccine 💉 This was never in doubt. I always knew young people would want to protect themselves, their friends and their loved ones.

Rachel Maclean MP (UKMPs) tweeted :

Please stay away from the Kingfisher Shopping Centre.

RT @RedditchCops: Due to an ongoing incident the Kingfisher shopping centre in Redditch is closed. Please dont attend at this time. You will not be allowed access. #besafe #policingpromise

Rachel Maclean MP (UKMPs) tweeted :

I was on @bbchw this morning to talk about the state-of-the-art mobile operating theatre which has opened at the Alex. This investment at the Alex demonstrates what an essential role the hospital plays in the delivery of healthcare in Worcestershire.

Rachel Maclean MP (UKMPs) tweeted :

#MigraineAwarenessWeek has been vital in tackling the stigma that still surrounds this life-changing disease. Let's continue these conversations and continue to raise awareness. I'll continue to call for better support & better access to treatment from headache specialists.

RT @mikerouseuk: Redditch has been awarded £15.6m from the Towns Fund, which will enable the projects we've been talking about for a while to move forwards. #UnlockRedditch

Rachel Maclean MP (UKMPs) tweeted :

This week is Migraine Awareness Week. For the past few months I've been working with The Migraine Trust on a plan to raise awareness of, what can be, a debilitating disorder. Tomorrow I'll be sharing my story for the first time, so please keep an eye on my social media channels!

RT @visitparliament: With the Commons and the Lords sitting Monday to Thursday this week, visitors are welcome to watch the debates.

RT @mikerouseuk: The process for volunteering at the Commonwealth Games is now open. It's an opportunity to learn new skills and be part of the team that helps deliver this wonderful spectacle for our region.