All deleted tweets from politicians

dieGamon (unknown) retweeted @pbergsen :

RT @pbergsen: If the frugals insist on there being both grants and loans in the fund there’s an obvious solution: add another €500bn in lending capacity. The frugals can say that only half the fund is “grants” and the southern member states can politely pass on the offer to take up the loans.

RT @TroyRF: I never expected to be confirmed by the @nzlabour Whangaparāoa team and our NZ Council at the dining room table, but there’s a lot we didn’t expect from 2020, eh. There’s so much to do to help NZ recover and rebuild, and I’m really, really glad to have this chance to step up. https://t.co/8qmUkv9tqM

RT @MetOpera: 1/If you missed today’s At-Home Gala, there’s still time to enjoy this exciting event. Visit metopera.org or follow the link below to watch an encore presentation, available until April 26, at 6:30PM EDT.   Watch now: bit.ly/3bBU368 #MetAtHomeGala https://t.co/c3MjUCkkDq

RT @Tony_Burke: RT @Tony_Burke: There’s now a formal petition for a rescue package for the arts and entertainment sector on the Parliament website. https:/…

RT @Tony_Burke: RT @Tony_Burke: There’s now a formal petition for a rescue package for the arts and entertainment sector on the Parliament website. https:/…

RT @Tony_Burke: RT @Tony_Burke: There’s now a formal petition for a rescue package for the arts and entertainment sector on the Parliament website. https:/…

RT @Tony_Burke: RT @Tony_Burke: There’s now a formal petition for a rescue package for the arts and entertainment sector on the Parliament website. https:/…

RT @Tony_Burke: RT @Tony_Burke: There’s now a formal petition for a rescue package for the arts and entertainment sector on the Parliament website. https:/…

There’s now a formal petition for a rescue package for the arts and entertainment sector on the Parliament website. aph.gov.au/petition_list?…

RT @TanDhesi: Truly devastating investigative journalism by @thesundaytimes, holding power to account. 👏🏼 A long read, but if there’s one thing you read today, this has to be it. Failures in January and February have cost thousands of lives in March and beyond. 😔 thetimes.co.uk/article/corona…