All deleted tweets from politicians

Ged Killen (UKMPs) tweeted :

Unifying the party? People have been expelled for less than yesterday’s act of self-sabotage.

RT @peoplesvote_uk: BREAKING: After yesterday’s constituency poll, it is clear the pro-People’s Vote candidate with the best chance of winning Kensington is @SamGyimah. We will be backing Sam, good luck! bit.ly/2XleQEy #TacticalVoting

RT @Fact: RT @Fact: Don’t ruin today by worrying about yesterday’s problem.

Andy McDonald MP (Labour) tweeted :

Yesterday’s voting debacle was dangerous, discriminatory & anti-democratic. How Tory MPs could have the audacity to say it went well is beyond parody. Government must take its Health & Safety responsibilities seriously. People aren't going to have any confidence until they do. https://t.co/3S6S1RrwEn

RT @Imamofpeace: The victim of yesterday’s #SydneyStabbing has been identified as 24-year-old Michaela Dunn. She deserves more attention from the media than the crate. The nation is shocked and heartbroken. This could have happened to any one. https://t.co/Le6Ql76QjR

Simon Clarke MP (UKMPs) tweeted :

Great to see our local paper at yesterday’s news conference. Teesside is a huge priority for the Government, and as a Boro MP I am a very proud to be entrusted with the levelling up agenda. Alongside great colleagues and Mayor @BenHouchen, the years ahead are hugely exciting.

RT @MichaelKugelman: Key graphics re yesterday’s outages in Pak. 1. Duration of Twitter/Zoom outages was the same, and at time of SAATH forum (x axis=UTC). 2. Zoom outages in Pak constituted nearly 100% of global Zoom disruptions at that time. Outages globally weren’t technically related to Pak’s. https://t.co/bw83CYgfWX

RT @JonnyUttley: Further to earlier thread. 48 hours later we are no further on. Yesterday’s guidance is no more useful than Monday’s. School leaders do not need to be told about not sharing pencils, washing uniform, being sympathetic to pupils who have grown out of trousers since March

RT @StephenLloydEBN: Blistering piece by John Crace from yesterday’s PMQ’s. The fact is that Johnson has always been a b/s. Everyone knows that; his supporters do as well. It hasn’t impeded him thus far not least as Lab under Corbyn were absurd. Starmer, not so much..... theguardian.com/politics/2020/…

RT @miriam_cates: So excited about yesterday’s announcement that a Conservative government will invest £4.2 billion in a Local Public Transport Fund & that one of the projects highlighted for funding is a Stocksbridge to Sheffield passenger service. #Vote4Miriam https://t.co/NPLVAaHcjn