All deleted tweets from politicians

Liberal Member for Bradfield and Minister for Urban Infrastructure and Cities in the Turnbull Government. Authorised by Paul Fletcher, Liberal Party, Sydney.

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RT @MathiasCormann: So Labor now backing $30bn out of $65bn worth of business tax cuts? What makes smaller businesses stronger would make all businesses stronger. Any incentive for business to downsize would lead to job losses. We need incentive for all businesses to keep growing and hire more.

RT @MathiasCormann: Not good enough to wipe some of their tax hikes from their website. Labor should wipe their $387bn tax grab all together. Labor’s higher taxes on retirees, housing, income, investments, family business, and electricity would harm the economy, cost jobs & leave families worse off. https://t.co/D8RbrXBd4k

Sick of phone calls from numbers you don’t recognise? Worried you’ve been scammed? Suspicious text messages coming from your ‘bank’? @acmadotgov has a range of tools to help you spot and report phone scams: acma.gov.au/phone-scams https://t.co/7rgcg9xdky

.@AusCouncilArts is working on protocols for a COVID-safe arts sector, as we plan next phase of Australia’s response to #COVID19; this fits into the work @ScottMorrisonMP & National Cabinet have directed on COVID-safe arts and entertainment sector.

It's been 5 years since we established the @esafetyoffice, the first of its kind in the world. Congratulations to the team at the @eSafetyOffice for all you’ve achieved in that time, & thank you for the work you do every day to make the #internet a safer place for all Australians https://t.co/VAbYr3ePlp

.@alboMP, read the April 2019 budget papers: ABC’s base funding, transmission funding and total funding go up each year of the current funding triennium (1 July 2019-30 June 2022.) Why can’t Labor stop peddling porkies about the ABC?

@alboMP, read the April 2019 budget papers: ABC’s base funding, transmission funding and total funding go up each year of the current funding triennium (1 July 2019-30 June 2022.) Why can’t Labor stop peddling porkies about the ABC? https://t.co/t1TlXpoB8J