All deleted tweets from politicians

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elainesmithmsp

Labour MSP for Central Scotland.

LewisMacdMSP

Scottish Labour MSP for North East Scotland

RT @scottr0gers: Ian Blackford says that at the next election the SNP will win Paul Sweeney’s seat back “for the people of Scotland”. As opposed to whoever voted for him last time? 🤔

@PerthshireMags @AFK103 @ewangibbs Sounds interesting. From an industrial development perspective in Scotland it has been depressing story of technological dependence.

@PerthshireMags @AFK103 @ewangibbs Sounds interesting. From an industrial development perspective in Scotland it has been depressing story of technological depedency.

RT @BikesNBukes: Jesus. Ireland up to 5000 tests a day vs Scotland’s 1900 a day. Scotland aiming to have 3000 a day by the end of the month, whilst Ireland aiming for 15000. I hadn’t realised there was that much difference.

@MurphyNiallGLA The coat of arms is from the National Commercial Bank of Scotland, which merged with the Royal Bank of Scotland in the late 1960s.

Paul Sweeney (UKMPs) tweeted :

This is atrociously bad, but these housing laws are a matter for Holyrood to determine in Scotland, so let's hope the Scottish Parliament comes together and does better.

RT @PaulJSweeney: A new thread on the biggest public procurement scandal in the last two decades of devolved government in Scotland, and why there must be a full public inquiry. 👇

@underaredflag How much overhead are paying for the duplicate civil service operation 'Social Security Scotland', instead of contracting existing DWP civil servants to deliver benefits like the Scottish Child Payment, with more money actually going to the child's family rather than bureaucracy?

RT @M4rtinLennon: 98% of earners in Scotland are getting a tax cut this year, but apparently abolishing the Rape Clause could only come from the 'Magic Money Tree' #tartantories twitter.com/HumzaYousaf/st…

RT @stuartgmcintyre: Despite a 2007 target for Scotland to be in the top quartile of OECD countries in terms of productivity by 2017, Scottish productivity remains over 20% below this target. But how meaningful or relevant is such a target? And what would be better? Some thoughts from @Strath_FAI twitter.com/strath_fai/sta…