All deleted tweets from politicians

Eve Adams (unknown) tweeted :

Today’s snow day was the best!!!!

Shocked by today’s UN report showing global hunger on the rise yet again. It's unacceptable that 821 million people are undernourished. #DFID must do more to tackle root causes of hunger- conflict, climate change & economic instability #ZeroHunger fao.org/state-of-food-…

All govt ministers except Birmo missing from the start of today’s senate #MIA #libspil #DUTTON #auspol

Today’s @scotgp budget deals means up to £3.5M more for @ argyllandbute ‘s Budget for local services than was proposed in the draft budget #leadingthechange #scotbudget SD https://t.co/FZzBkP5hKq

Mark Ruskell MSP (Green) tweeted :

Today’s Green budget deal delivers enough funding for #Fife to take all the damaging cuts to education off the table, as well as a long term plan to scrap the Council Tax and transform local government #LeadingTheChange https://t.co/38ExLFsfcL

Good to meet with Nick Bennett, Public Sector Ombudsman for Wales, at today’s report launch of the All Party Parl Group for Consumer Protection / Da i gwrdd â Nick Bennett, Ombwdsmon Gwasanaethau Cyhoeddus Cymru, yn lansiad adroddiad newydd y Grŵp Seneddol ar Ddiogelu Defnyddwyr. https://t.co/SkmZqiuzQL

Akhilesh Yadav (india) tweeted :

Today’s events. https://t.co/8uO5fVPt2h

Stories from retirees at today’s Sunshine Coast public hearing into Labor’s retiree tax tell of the devastating impact Labor’s tax grab will have. People have done the right thing & saved for retirement, only to have Labor move the goalposts & put their retirement plan at risk. https://t.co/c7P1FCK4uN

No doubt in my mind that today’s events in Westminster are designed to buy more time for the UK Govt. and not to create a secure future for the UK. The EU has already said it won’t renegotiate, as did the Prime Minister until now. Depressing.

#Romania joined #NATO 15 years ago, making key contributions to our shared security. In today’s discussions with PM Viorica Dancila, I welcomed Romania’s plan to spend 2 % of GDP on defence this year. https://t.co/jSjGRznoBF