All deleted tweets from politicians

Wayne Swan is the Federal Labor Member for Lilley. He is also the former Deputy Prime Minister and Treasurer of Australia

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Is there nothing the Morrison Govt won’t do to undermine one NDIS? #auspol

RT @JoshBBornstein: RT @JoshBBornstein: Biden’s global corporate tax plans are brave and bold on.ft.com/3dRh335

RT @Bowenchris: Keith Pitt overruled the Northern Australia Infrastructure Fun to stop them supporting a new energy project which would create 250 North Queensland jobs, but in this interview, he couldn’t even answer basic questions about the project. Watch this train wreck interview... https://t.co/ARPOOJtF3h

RT @gabriel_zucman: RT @gabriel_zucman: Why does the corporate tax matter? https://t.co/te4a8NN844

RT @gabriel_zucman: A high global minimum tax can change the face of globalization—by making its main winners (multinational companies) pay more in taxes, instead of them paying less and less I'm old enough to remember when this idea was deemed utopian, so could not be happier to see this! https://t.co/tDSZGEkLXt

RT @JoshBBornstein: RT @JoshBBornstein: it didn’t roll out

RT @gabriel_zucman: Biden corporate tax plan released today: - Increase rate to 28% - Tax profits booked by US firms abroad at 21%, country by country - Calls for strong global minimum tax (with penalties for uncooperative countries) If enacted, the development model of tax havens collapses

RT @gabriel_zucman: Everybody seems to have forgotten about this — but the corporate income tax used to be a big source of government revenue in the US. No reason why this couldn't happen again. Steepen that curve! https://t.co/MRlVuWjYe8