All deleted tweets from politicians

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Ian Austin (Labour) tweeted :

By the same token I’m ruling out captaining the England team to winning the World Cup next year. https://t.co/zuDZ3YXnQt

Ian Austin (Labour) tweeted :

I’m watching Sixteen on @channel4 about @TheLinkAcademy_ in Dudley. How did I miss this? I really love Sade and her mum Sam but obviously she shouldn’t have chucked her jacket potato at him. The principal is clearly a superstar.

Ian Austin (Labour) tweeted :

Jeremy Corbyn went on the official propaganda channel of Iran’s fascist dictatorship to describe Bin Laden’s death as a “tragedy”. It will take a very long time for Labour to recover from his leadership and from asking people to make him Prime Minister. thetimes.co.uk/article/corbyn…

Ian Austin (Labour) tweeted :

Fair play @nadams. Not generally in favour of swearing in the street, but I reckon he spoke for many of us who have been harangued and had cameras shoved in our faces when walking to work. It's not as if a guy with the megaphone wants a normal conversation bbc.co.uk/news/uk-englan…

Ian Austin (Labour) tweeted :

Someone else who doesn’t understand English irony despite having lived here most of his life.

Ian Austin (Labour) tweeted :

Pakistan has been DFID’s largest country programme for the last five years, and was expected to amount to £302 million in 2019/20

Ian Austin (Labour) tweeted :

Pakistan PM Imran Khan heralded the Taliban victory as breaking ‘the shackles of slavery.' But that doesn't stop him taking Western aid. Pakistan has been DFID’s largest programme for the last 5 years. UK aid was expected to be £302 million in 2019/20. independent.co.uk/asia/south-asi…

Ian Austin (Labour) tweeted :

Not a word of criticism of the Taliban. Always on the wrong side, the hard left hate the west. Labour will never win another election with these people still@in the party.

Ian Austin (Labour) tweeted :

Just remember that if Corbyn and Stop the War had their way, the Taliban would never have been driven out in the first place. Girls unable to go to school for 20 years. People unable to vote, open businesses or listen to music. 20 years of terror attacks planned in Afghanistan.

Ian Austin (Labour) tweeted :

He celebrates the Taliban’s victory and tells Afghan women and girls who will be forced out of school, out of their jobs and into burqas to “hang in there”. Some will be stoned to death. What a stupid fool.