All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @AmalAzzudin: Cannot believe I won the University of Glasgow's World Changing Alumni Award voted by Alumni students. This is not just for me as an individual. I see it as recognition for everyone who stands up for human rights & for doing the right thing no matter how hard #grateful #UofG https://t.co/80Uc981qfH

RT @AmalAzzudin: Cannot believe I won the University of Glasgow's World Changing Alumni Award voted by Alumni students. This is not just for me as an individual. I see it as recognition for everyone who stands up for human rights & for doing the right thing no matter how hard #grateful #UofG https://t.co/80Uc981qfH

RT @AmalAzzudin: Cannot believe I won the University of Glasgow's World Changing Alumni Award voted by Alumni students. This is not just for me as an individual. I see it as recognition for everyone who stands up for human rights & for doing the right thing no matter how hard #grateful #UofG https://t.co/80Uc981qfH

RT @PaulJSweeney: There's no vigour and no ambition to improve Glasgow's public transport. Two key projects that could transform the city have been sabotaged or kicked into the long-grass. Crossrail will now have flats built on it and the airport rail link is going nowhere: eveningtimes.co.uk/news/17376832.…

RT @PaulJSweeney: This is a map of Glasgow's rail network in 1951. It shows just how apallingly short sighted the 1960s Beeching closures were. This network today could have been the most sophisticated integrated metro rail system for a city of its size in Europe. How much of it could be rebuilt? https://t.co/5cBNoNGC9x

RT @PaulJSweeney: This is a map of Glasgow's rail network in 1951. It shows just how apallingly short sighted the 1960s Beeching closures were. This network today could have been the most sophisticated integrated metro rail system for a city of its size in Europe. How much of it could be rebuilt? https://t.co/5cBNoNGC9x

RT @PaulJSweeney: There's no vigour and no ambition to improve Glasgow's public transport. Two key projects that could transform the city have been sabotaged or kicked into the long-grass. Crossrail will now have flats built on it and the airport rail link is going nowhere: eveningtimes.co.uk/news/17376832.…

RT @Sunday_Mail: RT @Sunday_Mail: Families demand memorial to loved ones killed in Glasgow's worst fatal fire bit.ly/2Qb08z2

@museumofjoy Perhaps it could house an exhibtion on Glasgow's role in the Empire: from the slave trade in cotton, tobacco and sugar plantations to decolonisation and the Commonwealth Games of 2014.

RT @SpringburnWG: Another jam-packed day of free workshops tomorrow at our 'Celebrating Glasgow's Gardens' area at Go Live! at the Green / @glasgow2018! Book your place here - bit.ly/glasgowsgardens + lots of activities to take part in between 10am - 7pm, every day until 12 Aug! #Festival2018 https://t.co/27GtUcYVND