All deleted tweets from politicians

“Contrary to popular belief, this generation hasn’t pre-paid for this... Today’s retirees paid for their parents’ retirement; the burden now rests on today’s children to pay for their parents. “The problem is that they can’t.” @coughlthom newsroom.co.nz/2019/04/18/542…

Thank you Lucknow! Your affection and energy in today’s roadshow was overwhelmed me and it would remain etched in my memory. https://t.co/RJhbWgCvG8

Jean-Claude Juncker (EU) tweeted :

#CopyrightDirective: When it comes to the #DigitalSingleMarket, today’s agreement on #copyright is the missing piece of the puzzle. Clear rules will guarantee fair remuneration for creators, strong rights for users and responsibility for platforms. europa.eu/!Db48gx

This is probably a better view of today’s crowd. #abvote https://t.co/six4jCkibu

Mohammad Anwar (pakistan) tweeted :

Today’s news published in the News International and the Daily Jang about Tariq Mir and me is a distortion. He us the photoshoot of my reply to his questions. https://t.co/U7ixHd0BqF

RT @Perimeter: Today’s #GoogleDoodle commemorates the birthday of physicist Hedwig Kohn, one of only three women qualified to teach univers…

Naz Shah MP (Labour) tweeted :

My question to the Prime Minister in today’s #PMQs The Islamophobia problem extends to the very top of the Tory Party The Prime Minister: 1) Ignores calls to adopt the APPG on British Muslims definition of... facebook.com/NazShahMP/vide…

George Galloway (unknown) tweeted :

I’ll be joining @ManilaChan on @InQuestionRT from 4.15pm/GMT to discuss today’s developments in #Brexit Join us! rt.com/on-air/rt-amer… https://t.co/p3D6hkLUui

Matt Western MP (UKMPs) tweeted :

20 years ago Labour introduced the national minimum wage, delivering a pay rise for millions. Despite today’s increase, the national ‘living wage’ is still over £1,500 a year short of meeting people’s needs. We must continue the fight against poverty pay

Greg Hunt (liberal-party) tweeted :

Today’s half a billion dollar health investment will be life-changing for so many of our sickest Australians, including many children battling cancer. It will save and protect lives.