All deleted tweets from politicians

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Louise Haigh (Labour) tweeted :

In November's edition of Active8 magazine, I've written about the government's disastrous handling of the test, track and trace system. As I say in my article, the British people deserve better.…

RT @PoliceHour: We are supporting @MarcusRashford to keep our most hungry children in fed during this half term #FreeSchoolMeals 🍱 we have launched an urgent appeal to raise funding to support community groups doing it themselves…

RT @StrongerIn: RT @StrongerIn: Leading Europe, "shaping Europe & through our influence in Europe", our place in the world is stronger -Gordon Brown https:…

RT @Open_Britain: .@RhonddaBryant: "Not even in times of war have Ministers had powers Gov is asking for". MPs should vote down this undemocratic power-grab.

RT @SamCoatesSky: On the point of how “real” the Tier 3 negotiations have been, watch what @juliedore11 Julie Dore Sheffield City Council leader said to us last night It’s just 25 seconds. But it’s a big talking point here.

RT @MarcusRashford: Paying close attention to the Commons today and to those who are willing to turn a blind eye to the needs of our most vulnerable children, 2.2M of them who currently qualify for Free School Meals. 42% newly registered. Not to mention the 1.5M children who currently don’t qualify.

RT @davesgould: Fucking outrageous for The Independent to publish this. “The trouble with black people”, “the trouble with Muslims”, The trouble with Asians.” Never acceptable. How are we at a point where a “progressive” news outlet accepts this?

RT @davesgould: Just say it was all down to Brexit, surely we still have to ask ourselves why working class communities saw Brexit as more of a solution to their problems than a Labour government? Some big difficult questions to ask ourselves. Not finger pointing and factionalism.

RT @davesgould: As a trade unionist I’m a big fan of Labour politicians talking about being the party of working people, not saviours of working people. It’s the party of organised labour, not paternalistic head patting.

RT @davesgould: Happy to call out any BS about any of the candidates. Called bullshit on the misogyny about RLB being a puppet of anyone. This calls BS on Nandy being Blue Labour 👇