All deleted tweets from politicians

Federal Member for Kingston - Shadow Minister for Veterans' Affairs and Defence Personnel

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RT @GaiBrodtmannMP: Congratulations and thanks to the many members recognised for their service to the #Canberra veterans community today. twitter.com/AmandaRishwort…

RT @GaiBrodtmannMP: Defence 'No' vote gains 4%, showing the more people see of Turnbull Gov's bargaining policy, the less they like it. gaibrodtmann.com.au/defence_staff https://t.co/FSQW9bLq58

RT @GaiBrodtmannMP: RT @GaiBrodtmannMP: White Paper commits Government to fair pay/conditions for Defence staff. Seems someone forgot to tell the Minister. htt…

RT @kate_goggins: @AngelaBishop @Joe_Hildebrand - you are not alone - every family I know has the same issues and many give up! Convinced the Government makes it hard so people don’t get what they’re entitled to.

RT @wendy_harmer: There will be major cuts to @abcaustralia staff and services in early 2020 due to Govt. Budget restraints. Hope everyone who has accessed a service - through local radio,news, on line etc. - during this dire summer knows how vital our national broadcaster remains. #yourabc

The Morrison Government stuffed up their own child care legislation. Symptomatic of a government that cares more about playing political games, than doing their day jobs #auspol

RT @captainbrown: Today is an exciting day: the first time Australian veterans will be counted as part of #Census2021au It took years of campaigning. Thanks to @ScottMorrisonMP for agreeing to meet with me on this in 2018 and @DarrenChesterMP for pushing it with the support of @amandarishworth

Last year in the Victorian lockdown, the Morrison Government allowed the waiving of gap fees, and provided a support package for the sector so they could keep their doors open and staff paid. Labor continues to urge the government to do the same now in Sydney #auspol

The early learning sector is too important to families and our economy to lose #auspol

Last might @AlboMP and I met with early learning providers from Greater Sydney, to hear about the challenges they are facing during this lockdown. The message was loud and clear – the early learning sector in Sydney is in crisis #auspol https://t.co/L8mrGc9Esy