All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @st_alliance: Good morning Day 20 of Scottish Tourism Month🌤Today’s spotlight is on Midlothian Tourism Forum Meeting & AGM and @visitabdn Tourism Conference where @FionaHyslop will deliver the opening address. Wishing all delegates a wonderful day full of insights and inspiration.📊💡#STM2019

RT @TurnbullMalcolm: Reflecting on some of today’s news I am reminded not for the first time of WB Yeats. Turning and turning in the widening gyre The falcon cannot hear the falconer; Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold; 1/2

RT @Adamprice: Today’s Western Mail frontpage. According to the poll Plaid already leads Labour among those aged 54 and under. Welsh politics is on the cusp of change. Want to be part of it? Join Plaid today.

Rebecca Harms (EU) retweeted @JHahnEU :

RT @JHahnEU: RT @JHahnEU: Regarding today’s news from #Kyiv I was reassured that illegal enrichment will remain a criminal offence.

RT @JayMitchinson: Today’s edition comes with a splash of political pragmatism from a local leader for those with #Brexit in their hands.

Nivedith Alva (india) retweeted @pravchak :

RT @pravchak: 3 pictures from today’s papers that sum up the 5 year economic performance under Modi. 1: No pickup in real manufacturing activity. Only slogans (Make in India), logos & events were manufactured 2: Large number of homes unsold 3: Hence, no jobs even for educated & skilled youth

RT @labourwhips: Today’s #FACup5thRound tie between @NewportCounty and @ManCity is hotly anticipated at 1730 today, although @jessicamordenmp and @JeffSmithetc will be on different sides for a change #MagicOfTheCup

RT @ronnieo147: Is this a common thread in today’s snooker? higher ranked players finding it difficult to adapt against players who play with nothing to lose and everything to gain, i think they should rename the welsh open, the graveyard open…

RT @AndrewWilson: RT @AndrewWilson: In today’s ⁦@ScotNational⁩: Next Scottish White Paper will learn from 2014 – and from Brexit…

RT @williamnhutton: Today’s Bank of England warning about 1.2 % growth in 2019 just the beginning. Paucity of international trade deals post the transition, evisceration of manufacturing and frozen housing market will cast a pall for a decade - a shock to match the financial crisis which cost 15%GDP