All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @PlatformLondon: 🇺🇸FDR New Deal: 40% of GDP 🇩🇪German stimulus: 4% of GDP 🇬🇧UK ‘New Deal’: 0.2% of GDP Johnson’s £5 billion announced today is just half of the sum of tax cuts handed out to high earners last year https://t.co/1pDHT75hLu

RT @peoplesvote_uk: BREAKING: official figures have shown that Britain’s GDP shrank by 0.2% in the second quarter of the year compared to the previous quarter. The economic damage being done by Brexit is real and it is happening now. It's time for a #PeoplesVote. bbc.co.uk/news/business-…

RT @peoplesvote_uk: BREAKING: official figures have shown that Britain’s GDP shrank by 0.2% in the second quarter of the year compared to the previous quarter. The economic damage being done by Brexit is real and it is happening now. It's time for a #PeoplesVote. bbc.co.uk/news/business-…

Youth Congress (india) tweeted :

रेटिंग एजेंसी मूडीज ने कहा 0.2% रह सकती है भारत की जीडीपी वृद्धि दर। https://t.co/jRhD4v0Aub

Youth Congress (india) tweeted :

रेटिंग एजेंसी मूडीज ने कहा 0.2% रह सकती है भारत की जीडीपी वृद्धि दर। https://t.co/ebSQ3rF4IW

IG:LeighMathys (EFF) tweeted :

The Universal Service & Access Fund that requires Telecoms 2contribute 0.2% of annual revenue4 ICT infrastructure in schools. 2018 contributions roughly R167-million.there are 12million public learners.we can spend R1M per learner yearly with over R100m to spare! #EFFFreedomDay

RT @Aslnmhmt: Panik yapmayın! Ölüm riski çok düşük! Corona Virüsünün yaşlara göre ölüm oranı istatistiği: ▪️10-19 — % 0.2 ▪️20-29 — % 0.2 ▪️30-39 — % 0.2 ▪️40-49 — % 0.4 ▪️50-59 — % 1.3 ▪️60-69 — % 3.6 ▪️70-79 — % 8 ▪️80+ — % 14.8

RT @spectatorindex: The average cost of 1GB of mobile data, 2019. India: $0.2 Russia: $0.9 Malaysia: $1.1 Pakistan: $1.8 Nigeria: $2.2 Brazil: $3.5 Spain: $3.7 UK: $6.6 Germany: $6.9 China: $9.8 Canada: $12 US: $12.3 South Korea: $15.1 Switzerland: $20.2 (Cablecouk)

Shr (turkey) retweeted @spectatorindex :

RT @spectatorindex: Currency against US dollar, today. Turkey: +6% Japan: +0.5% Euro: +0.01% India: -0.1% Australia: -0.2% Argentina: -0.4% China: -0.6% Canada: -0.7% Brazil: -1% S Korea: -1.1% Colombia: -1.2% UK: -1.4% Russia: -1.5% Mexico: -1.7% S Africa: -2.6% Venezuela: -252%

RT @spectatorindex: RT @spectatorindex: Argentinians living in extreme poverty. 1991: 0.3 million 2002: 4.7 million 2016: 0.2 million (World Bank)