All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @Stuart_McDonald: The idiocy of the Prime Minister’s net migration target highlighted again. If UK is indeed intent on a very restrictiv…

Alka Lamba (india) retweeted @Nidhi :

RT @Nidhi: Also at 9pm tonight: the Prime Minister’s silence on his ministers who are openly backing lynching/ riot convicts and accused. D…

Christos Stylianides (EU) tweeted :

I am very encouraged by Minister’s @zoidoJI strong support to #rescEU Together we can implement this proposal. rescEU can help protect Spanish citizens & all European citizens from natural catastrophes & better assist those who suffer the consequences of #climatechange @UEmadrid https://t.co/ql6hU8qqqs

RT @LindaFrum: Count how many Liberal family members benefit from this Minister’s choice of surf clam license award. #Liberals will be #Lib…

BJP Karnataka (unknown) tweeted :

@narendramodi Government’s contribution to Karnataka Prime Minister’s Ujwala Scheme No. of LPG connections – 3.33 Lakhs Swachh Bharat Mission 1,25,296 Toilets constructed Funds released – ₹100.43 Cr Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana Funds Released - ₹1841.31 Cr #BJP4Development https://t.co/mkMtCSpoUb

Wes Streeting MP (Labour) tweeted :

Here’s my report to Ilford North residents ahead of the Prime Minister’s statement on Syria, outlining my views on the air strikes, the paralysis at the UN, the lack of a strategy to protect civilians and the need for all members of the Security Council to fulfil their duties. https://t.co/zptwBgiWKo

Dr. Arif Alvi (pakistan) tweeted :

My speech in NA on load shedding in Karachi. Minister’s answer was a bunch of lies. SSGC has blocked gas supplies and @KElectricPk has not invested in power generation. The city that generates over 65% revenue suffers youtu.be/jYvCyn7LDHs

RT @JohnnyMercerUK: Why we must never let Parliament inhibit our Prime Minister’s freedom of decision making https://t.co/gv5oX2Yl1p

RT @JohnnyMercerUK: Why we must never let Parliament inhibit our Prime Minister’s freedom of decision making https://t.co/gv5oX2Yl1p

Why we must never let Parliament inhibit our Prime Minister’s freedom of decision making https://t.co/gv5oX2Yl1p