All deleted tweets from politicians

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.

BREAKING: NORTH DEVON SET TO GET BRAND NEW HOSPITAL. And there’s more...also on the list is Plymouth - also very significant for #NDevon patients. Taken together, this is a huge investment in our Devon’s health services. https://t.co/3elOqIM4EC

“There’s no carbon tax!” 😂😂😂😭Another case of “if you say it loud enough they will believe you” a la @cathmckenna, but this time via @sangharamesh. #LyingLiberals #TrudeauMustGo https://t.co/8k0rFMAHW7

There’s a story in today’s media regarding the investigation of a male Labour MP for sexual harassment. Just checking the tweets of Labour women for outrage. No, nothing. Funny that. When it’s a Tory MP you can hear the absolute outrage for miles.

Absolutely ridiculous. There’s nothing “political” about supporting Canada’s energy sector. Oil and gas fuels our country and our economy. And this sector provides jobs and supports our communities. We should all support these workers it. Full stop.

There’s a million paws stalk happening every night across our farms, our national parks and our protected areas. It’s not just important to remove feral cats but to make sure our domestic ones don’t join them! facebook.com/logged_out/wat…

Anne Ruston (australia) tweeted :

There’s less than a week to apply for @CountryCanberra’s annual Leadership Competition. I would strongly encourage all regional girls, in years 10 to 12, to apply for this wonderful opportunity! countrytocanberra.com.au/leadership-com…

Anne Ruston (australia) tweeted :

There’s less than a week to apply for @CountryCanberra’s annual Leadership Competition. I would strongly encourage all regional girls, in years 10 to 12, to apply! countrytocanberra.com.au/leadership-com…

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.

@IanJKeddie There’s no confusion on my part.