All deleted tweets from politicians

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Kiri Allan (unknown) tweeted :

@RuralWomenNZ are an incredible group of women who get sh#t done for our rural communities. Great to see this in my letterbox this morning - a pragmatic and grounded policy manifesto to support rural communities in alignment with decent rural values. 🥝🐑 https://t.co/uhOdszSxkb

Kiri Allan (unknown) tweeted :

An amazing day in the Eastern Bay! Met with a great group of health care providers, teachers, environmentalists and business people interesting in our vision for NZ, door knocking in Kopeopeo with our incredible team, followed by a pub and politics chat in Whakatāne. https://t.co/4bz9XErsBr

Kiri Allan (unknown) tweeted :

Whole some folk are worried about hair dye, the Boss is focussed on kickstarting the economy and keeping people in jobs.

RT @alicesoapbox: And @TheSpinoffTV, this, this right here is why I was so, so disappointed at you leaving us out of the conversation yesterday. Our success is public but our challenges? Invisible.

Kiri Allan (unknown) replied to @KiriAllan :

beehive.govt.nz/speech/new-zea…’s-covid-19-response-legal-underpinnings-and-legal-privilege

Kiri Allan (unknown) tweeted :

#Bless. First letter post L4 - good to know things haven’t changed NZ. We’ve still got time - let’s use this COVID reset to be a lil better, yeah. https://t.co/bfP1OWiKjy

Kiri Allan (unknown) tweeted :

NZ is moving from Level 4 to Level 3 at 11.59pm on Monday 27 April. New Zealanders have worked hard to stay at home and stay lives. By going hard, and going early, we have seen success. This is pragmatic leadership - this would have been hard discussion but is the right call.

Kiri Allan (unknown) tweeted :

Te Tairawhiti #FormalFriday in the HOUSE. My sister @arohanuirena rockin' it.

Kiri Allan (unknown) tweeted :

Test run on Zoom for the Epidemic Response Committee members this morning. First live coming tomorrow 10.30am on Zoom. Details to be uploaded on @NZParliament. https://t.co/fZE3Laayfv

Kiri Allan (unknown) replied to @GinaRangi :

@GinaRangi I checked. Māori Party voted with National 1,675 times (89.1% of the time) duringthat nine year term of government, and Labour 1,471 (78.5% of the time).