All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @SeamasBelfast: In today’s @irish_news. The British Government is now preparing to legislate for issues in Northern Ireland, but under who’s direction? Without movement on rights issues - it’s clearly the DUP pulling Karen Bradley’s strings. #MarriageEquality https://t.co/l7BduOwUBN

RT @LabourRichard: Today’s #scotbudget was a missed opportunity. The SNP refused to end the two-child cap, and top up Child Benefit to lift 30,000 children out of poverty. The next Scottish Labour government will.

Ged Killen (UKMPs) retweeted @Mike_Shapes :

RT @Mike_Shapes: @Gedk #NorthernIreland must NOT remain the only place in the UK to not have #MarriageEquality. Today’s Westminster vote is paramount. Can you share this campaign to support? Thanks so much. #LoveIsAllWeHave 🏳️‍🌈 twitter.com/shapehistory/s…

Ged Killen (UKMPs) tweeted :

Trying out our new Haven t-shirts on today’s 10 mile training walk! @L_Hamilton89 and I are walking 24 miles in the Kiltwalk to fundraise for the Haven who provide support to people affected by a range of life limiting illnesses. To donate, please visit👇🏻 edinburghkiltwalk2019.everydayhero.com/uk/ged https://t.co/8K1aaR6SmV

RT @SeeDotRun: RT @SeeDotRun: cbc.ca/news/canada/ca… Today’s top story on CBC Calgary. @RSaik @AgSmartOlds

Today’s announcements produce £2.4 billion in Barnett consequentials for the Welsh Government since Covid began. It’d be welcome if they’d use the money to accelerate infrastructure projects in Wales. Upgrading the A55 would be a good place to start.

Today’s announcements produce £2.4 billion in Barnett consequentials for the Welsh Government. It’d be welcome if they’d use the money to accelerate infrastructure projects in Wales. Upgrading the A55 would be a good place to start.

Kapil Sibal (india) tweeted :

My article in today’s Hindustan Times UAPA: When laws turn oppressive (Hindustan Times (Delhi)), 30-Jun-2020 pressreader.com/article/281844…

Liz Twist MP (UKMPs) retweeted @NxStageUK :

RT @NxStageUK: Today’s #WorldKidneyDay theme is ‘kidney health for everyone, everywhere’. With 27% of patients not informed about home dialysis, unequal access is a real issue. No one’s health should be part of the postcode lottery, it’s time for change. worldkidneyday.org/2019-campaign/ https://t.co/U50rl4oGf4

RT @NxStageUK: Today’s #WorldKidneyDay theme is ‘kidney health for everyone, everywhere’. With 27% of patients not informed about home dialysis, unequal access is a real issue. No one’s health should be part of the postcode lottery, it’s time for change. worldkidneyday.org/2019-campaign/ https://t.co/U50rl4oGf4