All deleted tweets from politicians

Senator for South Australia. Proud mum, sister & aunt. World Economic Forum Young Global Leader. Greens Party spokesperson for Enviro/Water/Arts/Comms/Tourism

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The Government needs to head the advice from the RBA on extending job keeper and job seeker ◽. Via @tickertvau

RT @JamieTravers: "Our climate is on the brink of collapse, as we continue to burn, mine coal, oil and gas; our ecosystem is crumbling." 🌏 Greens Senator @sarahinthesen8 introducing a 'Climate Trigger Bill' to the Senate 📜 @SBSNews #auspol

With $60b already budgeted let’s make sure no one who’s lost their job gets access to support. That’s casuals, migrant workers and workers in the Arts & Entertainment industry. We need an urgent $2b industry package to help artists & creative workers who have lost their jobs.

Nev Power, the mining industry guy, being paid hundreds or thousands of dollars to lead the Government’s Covid Commission shows up to speak with @SkyNewsAust today, but last week refused to front up to the Senate. That’s accountability under this Govt for you 🧐

Job figures today are horrible. Millions out of work and underemployed. This must be pause for thought for those zealots in the Government who are arguing to cut-short support people on Job Seeker payments.

Alan Jones is retiring. His treatment of women, particularly those in positions usually dominated by men, has been riddled with abuse and loathing. As someone who has been subject of to his nasty, lazy tirades more than once, I can’t be happier today to see the back of him.

RT @AdamBandt: RT @AdamBandt: Australia: Things can’t get any worse, right? 2020: Hold my beer...

RT @adamliaw: Maybe we could also change the name of the AFL to the SANFL for this year. I think Victorian fans would be overjoyed by this, happy to see our great game played once more.

Thank goodness for the ABC! From the bushfires to Covid19 e public broadcaster has made sure Australians have known what’s happening in their communities. Cuts to the ABC budget are an act of bastardry that impacts all Australians.…

RT @TheAusInstitute: Join SA Senator @sarahinthesen8, playwright and author @MelanieTait and our chief economist @RDNS_TAI for a deep dive into the role of artists and the impact of #Covid19au on Australian arts sector #auspol 11am, Wed 15 April FREE >…