All deleted tweets from politicians

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Daniel Hannan (unknown) tweeted :

Is there any other possible interpretation? Hmmm...

RT @tohellwithit1: RT @tohellwithit1: @DanielJHannan Previously dismissive of the need for social distancing and now suddenly very concerned? Fucking rascist.

@nickmuddle Yes, Nick, that’s the only possible way to interpret what I said.

RT @mattwridley: In 1890 the "Russian influenza" pandemic swept the world. Genetic and clinical evidence suggests it was possibly a coronavirus called OC43, which jumped species around 1890, rather than flu. OC43 is now responsible for about one in ten common colds. spectator.co.uk/article/could-…

RT @urban_achiever: "Suppose the pandemic had started not in China but in Canada or the Netherlands, a country, in other words, where locking up the entire population had previously been unthinkable. Would the global response have been the same?" washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/the-wo…

Daniel Hannan (unknown) tweeted :

“A policy which is short of a full lockdown has got quite a long way to the same effect. That is something we are looking at very closely.” telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/06/0…

Daniel Hannan (unknown) tweeted :

Yes, it was shocking that @markrutte and his government allowed the atrocity in Minneapolis. Dutch ministers must be made to pay!

RT @DanielJHannan: “The work of destruction is quick, easy and exhilarating; the work of creation slow, laborious and dull. This is one of the reasons conservatives suffer such a disadvantage when it comes to public opinion.” Sir Roger Scruton. https://t.co/gJwsdykGSN

RT @_HelenDale: RT @_HelenDale: Dingbat Brits cosplaying dingbat Americans FTW. https://t.co/MZRAQQPmLZ