All deleted tweets from politicians

The Prime Minister is taking about his Government’s chum bucket again. #auspol

I very much welcome the Government’s announcement that they will be investing £80 million in the new sea way at Dawlish. This will provide greater protection to both the railway and homes and ensure that we have a resilient railway line for decades to come.

Dan Bidois (unknown) tweeted :

The coalition government’s so incompetent they can’t even turn up to their own select committee meetings! #NZPol

Marise Payne (australia) tweeted :

We welcome the Thai Government’s decision to allow Mr Alaraibi to return to 🇦🇺. I’m proud of the efforts of the Australian Government, with support of so many others in the local & international community, to bring him home. @dfat @AusAmbBKK @Craig_Foster facebook.com/14190319983163…

The government’s tactic is very transparent. @theresa_may needs to stop running down the clock, trying to frighten MPs, businesses & the public into supporting her already defeated deal when she should, and could easily take no-deal off the table. bbc.in/2DF04Aq

RT @SharonHodgsonMP: The Government’s chaotic approach to #Brexit, concerns around diesel, & a new Free Trade Agreement between the EU and…

RT @MYANC: ANC OBSERVES WORLD AIDS DAY The success of the Government’s Antiretroviral treatment is evident on the increase in Life Expecta…

Backing small business is a key part of the Liberal National government’s plan for a stronger economy. That’s why we are boosting the instant asset write off from $20,000 to $25,000 and extending it to 30 June 2020 – IMMEDIATELY. https://t.co/Oqi4SsV37i

Nathan Cullen (NDP) retweeted @CTVNews :

RT @CTVNews: NDP MP Nathan Cullen and Finance Minister Bill Morneau debate the government’s Trans Mountain pipeline purchase in question pe…

RT @COSLA: @COSLA welcomes that Local Government’s voice is being heard and that our #essentialservices are being recognised