All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @mtpennycook: The German Government’s coronavirus stimulus package is seriously impressive. €40bn of the €130bn geared toward decarbonisation. Package includes support for public transport, electric vehicles, green hydrogen and municipal climate action. The ball is in your court @RishiSunak.

Annette Steyn (DA) retweeted @TheoDJager :

RT @TheoDJager: Not a single one of several hundred small holder farmers whose applications for government’s Covid grants we monitored at @Saai_org, got it. None of the AGRI-businesses we called, supply on the coupons. @DAFF_ZA remains vague on how they disbursed it maroelamedia.co.za/nuus/sa-nuus/s…

The Government’s “reno package” today misses the mark by a long shot ◽ https://t.co/LVsyZFEEmK

Niki Ashton (NDP) retweeted @LeahGazan :

RT @LeahGazan: .@Carolyn_Bennett I don’t need to look at a website to understand your government’s inaction on the #MMIWG2S report. I will listen to the commissioners who have spoken out about the “inaction and lack of transparency”, in additional to family members and survivors on the ground.

RT @gavinjohnadams: Re: Cummings. If the Government’s approach is correct, then mitigation has now become a defence. That means, it is no longer against the law to steal an apple if you are hungry.

RT @24housing: Reinforcing the government’s commitment to Right to Buy, Housing Minister @EstherMcVey1 told the Commons @mhclg would “look closely” at councils accused of 'frustrating' home ownership initiatives - 24housing.co.uk/news/mcvey-war… #ukhousing https://t.co/0YhgOZltrg

RT @BOConnorMP: Media release: Reports reveal the Morrison Government’s small business loan scheme is considerably underperforming. Only 14,576 loans have been approved, and just $1.41 billion of the total $40 billion has been spent. #auspol https://t.co/zkhb6nvd7u

Wes Streeting MP (Labour) tweeted :

The extension of the Government’s support schemes will come as a relief to people whose incomes and jobs are depending on them, but the Chancellor is still runs the risk of driving up unemployment if he scales back support too soon and applies a ‘one size fits all’ approach.

Shortly APRA and ASIC will appear before the Senate Inquiry into the Government’s COVID response. Labor will demand answers to the ongoing concerns about security and fraud with the government’s early access superannuation scheme. My media release here 👉🏼stephenjones.org.au/media-centre/m…

Today APRA and ASIC will appear before the Senate Inquiry into the Government’s COVID response and Labor will demand answers to the ongoing concerns about security and fraud with the government’s robo- release early access superannuation scheme. stephenjones.org.au/media-centre/m…