All deleted tweets from politicians

Two images ensure of today’s events Neither to do with pageantry nor politics. One was that of people lining the streets in honour of a young policeman killed doing his duty, the other of football fans making fascist salutes to football players. There is still much wrong to right

Today’s Treasurer’s meeting focused on increasing cooperation to boost productivity across a range of infrastructure, skills, health, transport & environment related reforms. @AlanTudgeMP @DavidColemanMP

Thanks to Dan at @abcdarwin for today’s chat about biosecurity cuts, water security and ag worker shortages in the Top End 🐖 🥭 💧@ABCRural

Diana Johnson (Labour) tweeted :

My comments on the urgent need to combat domestic abuse following today’s @HouseofCommons debate on the Domestic Abuse Bill.

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.

Today’s Australian Reading Hour Day. It’s a great day aimed at helping people rediscover their passion for reading - and it’d be great if everyone in our parliament took part. Perhaps @ScottMorrisonMP can start with this?

Devendra Fadnavis (india) tweeted :

Hon @narendramodi ji, Nashik is eagerly waiting to welcome you..! During today’s road show of #MahaJanadeshYatra in Nashik, a girl named Madhavi Mahajan gave me this handmade card with birthday wishes for you.. Even kids aptly describe you & your vision!

Today’s buffoon was the one who decided to continue with the pantomime matinee in Luxembourg (and it wasn’t not our PM). Important to take a step back from any bias and judge behaviour as most reasonable people view it.

My favourite pic from yesterday’s #dailymile @SandersonsWynd - I had excellent company! 😊I’m off out to do today’s shortly....🏃‍♀️

Many thanks Malini Agarwal and others for today’s discussion at India-Sweden Innovation Day, on how social media can be used responsibly and for positive impact. Yes, it’s possible and powerful, if everyone takes ones own responsibility instead of just retweeting the worst.