All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @murdo_fraser: This is a woeful response from the Health Secretary to the crisis engulfing Scotland’s care homes. Many more will die unless this is sorted fast.

Scotland’s non-Covid deaths rise 1,100 during lockdown thetimes.co.uk/article/scotla…

RT @murdo_fraser: RT @murdo_fraser: Why Scotland’s businesses may go bust in lockdown while English rivals survive - my latest ⁦@TheScotsman⁩ column https:/…

RT @David_FDFScot: Very welcome acknowledgment of the hugely important work of Scotland’s food and Drink industry in feeding the nation from @FergusEwingMSP . #HiddenHeroes in communities all over Scotland doing vital work.

RT @MhairiBlack: There’s a vote on a Bill that has a direct impact on Scotland’s NHS budget. Deemed EVEL, meaning Scottish MPs can’t vote. The Scottish Parliament may control the Scottish NHS, but they certainly don’t have a say in the control of the purse strings. https://t.co/4FjT7uEddZ

RT @rosstoross: Nice view from my office in Ministerial tower where @theSNP MSPs are showing their support for Scotland’s desire to remain in the EU #LeaveALightOnForScotland https://t.co/MZfe4X9rB4

RT @ScotGovEdu: Scotland’s universities are just shy of targets for widening access - 2yrs ahead of expected. In 2018/19, 15.9% of full-time, first degree entrants came from the 20% most deprived areas.👩‍🎓 Scottish domiciled enrolments are also at a decade high. More👉bit.ly/38fRiVJ https://t.co/fTdqWvnfUY

RT @ScotGovEdu: Scotland’s universities are just shy of targets for widening access - 2yrs ahead of expected. In 2018/19, 15.9% of full-time, first degree entrants came from the 20% most deprived areas.👩‍🎓 Scottish domiciled enrolments are also at a decade high. More👉bit.ly/38fRiVJ https://t.co/fTdqWvnfUY

Colin Smyth (Labour) tweeted :

My first line in my quote was @LeaskyHT was “Despite fleecing Scotland’s hard pressed passengers with fare hike after fare hike, the Abellio franchise thetimes.co.uk/article/dutch-…

Iain Gray (Labour) retweeted @JohnSwinney :

RT @JohnSwinney: PISA has its limitations but Scotland’s performance in reading has risen sharply. Just 5 countries are now significantly higher than Scotland. The Scottish Attainment Programme started with an emphasis on literacy – the foundation of so much other learning. That is bearing fruit.