All deleted tweets from politicians

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@ariellefree @gregjames @BBCR1 Ok, chat about a clock tower 🕰 There’s a town at the bottom Merchant City, which leads to Glasgow Green... close? 🕵🏻‍♀️🗺 #treasurehunt

Ian Austin (Labour) tweeted :

No way! That can’t be true. There’s absolutely no way the people running the Labour Party would fix and fiddle the rules.

There’s 77th Brigade and @InitIntegrity operatives for starters. In Scotland they are already highly organised and attacking and undermining our democratic choices. All paid for by the British State and the UK tax-payer.

Kerry McCarthy (Labour) tweeted :

Ok so I’m at @Crofters_Rights to see some bands and there’s a naked man playing keyboards, worryingly close to the audience .

@radeksikorski Not sure what a lesse passe is. There’s a document called a laissez-passer. What is it with Eurofanatics and their poor language skills?

Lisa Raitt (Conservative) tweeted :

"Bottom line is there’s no solid connection between climate change and the major indicators of extreme weather, despite Trudeau’s claims to the contrary. The continual claim of such a link is misinformation employed for political and rhetorical purposes." business.financialpost.com/opinion/ross-m…

In 1967 Pierre Trudeau said: “there’s no place for the state in the bedrooms of the nation." In 2019 Justin Trudeau thinks there is a place for the state in the newsrooms of the nation.

Labour’s insistence on a referendum makes the cross-party talks pointless. If there’s going to be another parliamentary vote, hold it now.

$189m. That’s all the gov is spending on its signature climate ‘policy’ over the Budget period. There’s more new money for the Cairns Ring Road than for climate change. Turf this mob out. #Budget2019 #Greens