All deleted tweets from politicians

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RT @Daedalus6: Daniel Hannan nails it again We can’t go into this economic crisis with an outdated, broken administrative machine telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/07/0…

RT @DanielJHannan: @CraigGlasgow2 Not in the context of the whole poem. I’d say it’s about Eliot’s longing for the transcendent - perhaps more specifically for the sense of community that comes from a shared sense of the transcendent - in an age that is losing its religion.

RT @SteveCageauthor: Superb piece from @DanielJHannan which is why I pay to read the @Telegraph ". . . BBC editors, police chiefs, university administrators, quangocrats . . . that large class of people who are paid by the state without being answerable to the nation." telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/07/0…

RT @WillKnocker: telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/07/0… 'BBC editors, police chiefs, university administrators, quangocrats – in short, that large class of people who are paid by the state without being answerable to the nation.....' Why Britain needs reform. Spot on by @DanielJHannan

Daniel Hannan (unknown) tweeted :

For once, the word "irony" is truly apt. A hoax story, supposedly about gullible Brexiteers, revealed an extraordinary degree of gullibility from #FBPE numbskulls. spectator.co.uk/article/anatom…

RT @JonHaidt: If scholars scan each others' collective work—every word written or recorded—searching for the least charitable reading of every snippet, we can all destroy each other.

RT @AlanMcpartlands: RT @AlanMcpartlands: We can’t go into this economic crisis with an outdated, broken administrative machine telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/07/0…

53,000 RTs and 140,000 likes for an obviously bogus story from a fake account because people were so determined to believe that Leavers are idiots.

RT @DanielJHannan: Every year it rains in June. And every year, English people ask in apparent astonishment what has happened to the summer. Similarly, every year, September is beautiful, and every year English people revel in what they call an Indian summer. It isn’t. It’s a normal English summer.

RT @WillKnocker: telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/07/0… 'BBC editors, police chiefs, university administrators, quangocrats – in short, that large class of people who are paid by the state without being answerable to the nation.....' Why Britain needs reform. Spot on by @DanielJHannan