All deleted tweets from politicians

Simon Clarke MP (UKMPs) tweeted :

Great to see our local paper at yesterday’s news conference. Teesside is a huge priority for the Government, and as a Boro MP I am a very proud to be entrusted with the levelling up agenda. Alongside great colleagues and Mayor @BenHouchen, the years ahead are hugely exciting.

RT @MichaelKugelman: Key graphics re yesterday’s outages in Pak. 1. Duration of Twitter/Zoom outages was the same, and at time of SAATH forum (x axis=UTC). 2. Zoom outages in Pak constituted nearly 100% of global Zoom disruptions at that time. Outages globally weren’t technically related to Pak’s. https://t.co/bw83CYgfWX

RT @JonnyUttley: Further to earlier thread. 48 hours later we are no further on. Yesterday’s guidance is no more useful than Monday’s. School leaders do not need to be told about not sharing pencils, washing uniform, being sympathetic to pupils who have grown out of trousers since March

RT @StephenLloydEBN: Blistering piece by John Crace from yesterday’s PMQ’s. The fact is that Johnson has always been a b/s. Everyone knows that; his supporters do as well. It hasn’t impeded him thus far not least as Lab under Corbyn were absurd. Starmer, not so much..... theguardian.com/politics/2020/…

RT @avinashkalla: Here is the video of yesterday’s gathering at Dargah of Hazrat Khwaja Fakhruddin which is 60kms from #Ajmer. Sourced it From a photographer friend. Those seen here should be prosecuted #Rajasthan #COVID19 https://t.co/m8Ch6xROUb

RT @johnmcdonnellMP: It’s dawning on people that there are huge gaping holes in yesterday’s Chancellor’s statement. We must urge him to shift once more to protect the wages of the self employed by including them in the jobs retention scheme & to raise the level of sick pay to the real living wage.

In yesterday’s Coronavirus statement from @MattHancock, I asked about the position of mothers with very young children, following feedback from constituents about the scarcity of certain baby products. https://t.co/XJf6y4qEG8

Rupa Huq MP (Labour) tweeted :

Yesterday’s budget does not right the wrong of damaging cuts worth of. Whilst there are some very welcome measures, there are whole areas - such as social care and local government - which seem to have been forgotten.