All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @uaf: 40 Years Since 'Rock Against Racism' & #Buzzcocks brought 40,000 to #Manchester Sunday - Oppose Tommy Robinson in London - unite against racism & fascism LoveMusic HateRacism @uaf Stand Up To Racism Buzzcocks aboutmanchester.co.uk/40-years-since…

RT @WelshLabour: "From today, in #Wales the capital limit is rising from £30,000 to £40,000, thereby allowing residents to retain a further £10,000 of their hard earned savings and other capital to use as they wish" - @huw4ogmore gov.wales/newsroom/healt… https://t.co/wEcYVBUh8P

RT @WelshLabour: "From today, in #Wales the capital limit is rising from £30,000 to £40,000, thereby allowing residents to retain a further £10,000 of their hard earned savings and other capital to use as they wish" - @huw4ogmore gov.wales/newsroom/healt… https://t.co/wEcYVBUh8P

RT @GPWales: The amount of money people in Wales can keep when in residential care will increase from £30,000 to £40,000 from April 2018, Social Care Minister, Huw Irranca-Davies @wgmin_csc has confirmed gov.wales/newsroom/healt…

RT @wgmin_csc: The amount of money people in Wales can keep when in residential care will increase from £30,000 to £40,000 from April 2018. The move is part of our commitment to increase the capital limit to £50,000 during the current Assembly term. More here: ow.ly/AWNu30h2RXj https://t.co/2KE87tHrHd

RT @wgmin_csc: The amount of money people in Wales can keep when in residential care will increase from £30,000 to £40,000 from April 2018. The move is part of our commitment to increase the capital limit to £50,000 during the current Assembly term. More here: ow.ly/AWNu30h2RXj https://t.co/2KE87tHrHd

RT @wgmin_csc: The amount of money people in Wales can keep when in residential care will increase from £30,000 to £40,000 from April 2018. The move is part of our commitment to increase the capital limit to £50,000 during the current Assembly term. More here: ow.ly/AWNu30h2RXj https://t.co/2KE87tHrHd

RT @Roger_Da_Costa: RT @Roger_Da_Costa: The use of food banks went up tenfold under Labour. From 3,000 users in 2005/06 to over 40,000 by 2009/10. (The Trussel…

RT @Roger_Da_Costa: RT @Roger_Da_Costa: The use of food banks went up tenfold under Labour. From 3,000 users in 2005/06 to over 40,000 by 2009/10. (The Trussel…

RT @UK__News: RT @UK__News: Around 40,000 people who signed up to vote in Labour's leadership election have had their application rejected. https://t.co/…