All deleted tweets from politicians



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RT @DarrenEuronews: Surely driving to Barnard Castle, is key, you can’t drive to test your eyesight and sit on a park bench for 15 mins - that is breaking the rules under lockdown - isn’t it? Is it even en route back to London?

Brian Masse (NDP) tweeted :

#EidMubarak! Although we can’t get together this year like others (picture from visit to An Noor School), we still have much to be thankful about! Enjoy your day!

RT @AOC: Really great system we got here. Can’t imagine why anyone would question how beneficial or sustainable it is for the working class

Bob Rae (unknown) retweeted @corrine_cash :

RT @corrine_cash: @BobRae48 I know. People who haven’t spent time in refugee camps or in informal settlements/slums can’t imagine the reality for millions of people. That was one of the first things I thought about at the beginning of the pandemic.

RT @sbajpai2811: Pankaj Punia’s tweet on abusing Hindu faith seems to be extremely revolting. It can’t be freedom of speech: The Congress will have to pay heavy price for this low-level politics (Pankaj Punia’s tweet on abusing Hindu faith): @GVLNRAO #CongExposesCong

RT @la_zetch: Cyril makes us wait like a rich aunt who promised to send you an eWallet. You’re pissed off but can’t afford to say “screw it” because ulambile and need to buy bread

Maria Eagle MP (Labour) tweeted :

Ongoing Covid_19 restrictions mean I still can’t hold face to face advice surgeries but my team and I are still working for you. I’m now doing virtual advice surgeries by appointment on Thursdays 5.30pm - 6.30pm Constituents call 0151 448 1167 for appt.

Owners of riches BALOCHISTAN can’t buy a pair shoes.

RT @ChukaUmunna: CEOs can’t afford to hide away from these debates, not least with approx. a third of UK workers saying they don't have confidence in their approach to navigating the crisis+ only a third of the public believing biz leaders are doing an outstanding job dealing with coronavirus. /5

RT @TanDhesi: It’s devastating that since the start of lockdown, 1.5 million people have gone a full day without eating because they can’t afford food. The Government must end coronavirus food poverty – now.