All deleted tweets from politicians

Labour List MP based in Rodney. Class of '17. Mix 🇳🇿🌷🇲🇨 LLB. #solidarity RTs/❤️s not always endorsements. Authorised by Dianna Lacy, 160 Willis St WGTN

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RT @nzlabour: In addition to this, from 1 July the training costs will be removed for all apprenticeships, and apprentices who started earlier in the year but continue beyond July 1 will be eligible for a partial refund. Read more:

RT @nzlabour: RT @nzlabour: We’re looking after our environment with funding to create jobs to clean up our rivers, lakes and wetlands.…

Marja Lubeck (unknown) tweeted :

Listening to Opposition MPs on the reasons why they are voting against the crucially important temporary relief payment for workers who have lost their job due to COVID-19. Shameful to hear Agnes Loheni state they may have supported the Bill if they had been given more notice

RT @NZFinMin: More measures out today to help cushion the blow to businesses from COVID-19: ✔️$3.1b tax loss carry-back scheme ✔️Changes to loss continuity rules ✔️$25m in business consultancy support ✔️Measures to support commercial tenants and landlords ✔️More flexibility for tax payment

RT @kristinhallNZ: There's been no announcement or fanfare, but the government's allocated $2.2 million to provide sanitary products to schools and kura. It's a win for campaigners who have been pushing for acknowledgement of period poverty in NZ for years. More at 6pm…

RT @nealejones: RT @nealejones: Our taxes paid for this tweet.

RT @nzlabour: Budget 2020 will help support quality early childhood education by restoring 100% funding rates for early learning centres with fully qualified staff. This initiative means ECE services that ensure all of their required teachers are qualified will be given additional funding.

@TonyStuart55 @skskskskskskye @simonjbridges Considering that those are the most vulnerable, would it not be a more prudent approach to keep them out of potential risk for what could potentially be only another couple of weeks?