All deleted tweets from politicians

@CraigYates There’s lot of shouting and efling! Lol 😂

RT @GaryLineker: As soon as there’s a question he doesn’t like, he attacks the BBC thus avoiding having to answer. He’s devious, dangerous…

@daranhill Jeez Wales, 40-odd completely knackered holding these guys to account day in, day out, knowing there’s more evidence they could get if there were more hours in the day. Know how frustrating it is when WG won’t accept they’re accountable. Media: report more Opposition scrutiny

There’s been a long list of scandals surrounding the managment of the Murray-Darling: Water theft, mismanagement, millions of dead fish, corruption & cuts the environmental water. Needs a clean up. Needs a Royal Commission https://t.co/lmvLO8Eeyd

@alysgriffiths_ @WoodallDr There’s some at home for you 😊

Wes Streeting MP (Labour) tweeted :

It doesn’t matter that Jeremy Corbyn acknowledged that there’s a problem with antisemitism, or that he apologised for poorly handling or that he now admits the Party ignored. Those of us who said this privately, then publicly, have been pilloried. And still little has changed.

Peter Dutton always goes low when he’s under pressure. Always has. In my view, there’s few people who represent what’s wrong with politics today as well Peter Dutton.

If you’re in Parliament today @ haven’t yet been down to visit the crisis stall, there’s still time 👇🏻 please do.

There’s never been a better time to release the secret Coalition Agreement Scotty. Or maybe will? #natsspill #auspol https://t.co/lYdDBZ5u49

Dan Bidois (unknown) tweeted :

There’s some blurry lines going on here with the TWG chair Michael Cullen! 🧐🤨👎🏻