All deleted tweets from politicians

George Galloway (unknown) tweeted :

#MOATS | POLL “If all vaccines in development were given go ahead in January there’s only sufficient capacity to give to 1 in 10 of world’s population. Who should get preference?” Please RT/share for as wide a response as possible. Watch @MoatsTV youtu.be/CgcDMKh6Mtk

I’m one of the lucky mums. I can take my baby to my workplace. There’s also an on-site childcare centre. There’s still a long way to go in this country to ensure all mums can enjoy a genuine family friendly workplace culture & affordable childcare options abc.net.au/news/2020-09-2…

There’s a blast from the past! Claddagh jewellery. Always remember my mum and her pals had just about every bit of it: earrings, bangles, rings - the lot. Usually bought at her pal Isobel’s jewellery parties, supplied by the jewellers on London Road.

Kate Hoey (UKMPs) retweeted @DPJHodges :

RT @DPJHodges: RT @DPJHodges: There’s something strangely comforting about watching everyone going bat-shit about Brexit this morning.

There’s your actually current priorities right there: as tweeted by Scotland’s governing party.

Paul Sweeney (UKMPs) retweeted @meadwaj :

RT @meadwaj: @pcowles @LBC You know there’s no evidence of migrants being a drain on taxes, don’t you? Obvious why: most migrants are working age, so they end up paying more in taxes than they ever take out in public services or benefits. Here’s some evidence of that effect: ucl.ac.uk/economics/abou…

There’s a mountain of evidence now that prevalence is lower in Scotland than England. The statistic quoted is questionable, because the UK gov have not published the numbers for England. Incredible to see the Scottish Tories actually raging that Scotland is doing well.

Barry Gardiner (Labour) tweeted :

“So if your manifesto says it, there’s no need to have it in the legislation?” Is that really the strongest argument you’ve got

RT @umarsaif: There’s no short term fix to governance problems in Pakistan. In my 7 years with govt, fixing something as “simple” as closing down ghost schools, or ensuring computerised FIRs, took many years of deep governance reform There are no tweet-sized solutions to these problems.

There’s a complete lack of ambition over Scottish schools reopening. google.com/url?rct=j&sa=t…