All deleted tweets from politicians

Bob Rae (unknown) retweeted @maggie_wente :

RT @maggie_wente: Yesterday’s twitter about the MMIWG report was like all the first year of law school classes where the loudest ones kept talking louder about things they maybe weren’t informed about and didn’t finish the readings on, and the professor who knew couldn’t get them to shut up.

RT @mrjordanwylie: A huge thank you from the bottom of my heart to everyone that contributed to yesterday’s charity football match at @BlackpoolFC, we raised thousands for charity and it was a great success. Huge respect to all the players too for their kind support! #Legends 📸 @stephenmcgrath

RT @MoggMentum: Boris bounces 10 points ahead with Ipsos Mori. Reinforcing yesterday’s 10 point lead with YouGov… One thing is certain, Boris must deliver Brexit if he wants to maintain this lead. #BackBoris #BorisBounce…

Today I am back in Parliament to hold the Government to account on behalf of my constituents, following yesterday’s Supreme Court ruling which upheld Parliament's soveriegnty. (1/2)

Yesterday’s case wasn’t about Brexit as an issue. It was about whether the PM has the right to shut down Parliament for any reason and for any length of time, whether it’s five months or five years. One man cannot shut down a Parliament elected by the people.@MSmithsonPB

RT @CataloniaHelp2: Spanish paramilitary police left a Catalan flat this way after the yesterday’s flat in Sabadell. And they found nothing. Pure Hate. #HelpCatalonia

RT @lucyallan: RT @lucyallan: After yesterday’s twitter pile on I am just going to put this here -…

RT @calxandr: At yesterday’s conference to mark 80 years since the Molotov-Ribbentrop/Soviet-Nazi Pact, we were united in our call for tougher sanctions against today’s aggressors in the Kremlin. #BlackRibbonDay @Kasparov63 @kolga @cafreeland @bobrae48 @AndrewScheer @jamesbezan @IrwinCotler

My favourite pic from yesterday’s #dailymile @SandersonsWynd - I had excellent company! 😊I’m off out to do today’s shortly....🏃‍♀️

Mmusi Maimane (DA) tweeted :

As a result of yesterday’s devastating news of double blows to our economy I will be writing to PresRamaphosa, urging him to establish an economic crisis recovery plan with relevant gov stakeholders and political parties to reform the economy, Eskom and stem the jobs losses.