All deleted tweets from politicians

Ian Lavery MP (Labour) tweeted :

Cancer hasn’t stopped during coronavirus; it’s affecting more people than ever. Macmillan is doing everything it can to provide vital support to people with cancer, who need it now more than ever. That's why my team and I are raising a mug to @macmillancancer #RaiseAMug https://t.co/qvaTovh7sL

10 years since the Lehman collapse and sadly Morrison hasn’t learnt the GFC lessons - he is withdrawing support to quickly and he doesn’t have a jobs plan so the recession will be deeper for longer #auspol facebook.com/SwannyQLD/vide…

RT @sardesairajdeep: There’s been a lot of valid criticism of @RahulGandhi whimsical style of leadership but unfair to suggest he hasn’t encouraged young talent. From Pilot to Scindia to NSUI/youth cong ranks, many benefitted. Balancing ‘old’ and ‘new’ guard ambitions not easy in a party like Cong.

RT @WelshGovernment: You’ve already played a huge part in helping us fight coronavirus. Don’t give up now. The advice hasn’t changed. Stay at home this weekend. There’s no excuse. #StayHome https://t.co/SWRe0u964m

That such it hasn’t come to pass is because of the sacrifices we’ve all made. I pay tribute to every resident of the Caerphilly constituency who has stayed home other than for necessary journeys. They have enabled our NHS workers to cope as they go about their heroic efforts.

Maria Eagle. MP (Labour) tweeted :

“...are saying they might decide what to do by April and won’t meet us before and Grant Shapps hasn’t replied to my letter of October last or my follow up on January 13. We really need action sooner rather than later because old tyres kill.” (2/2) https://t.co/DDGi8HhmpS

It’d be hard to find an Australian family which hasn’t, at some point, owned a Holden. Mine certainly did. Holden dealerships and their employees, particularly those in regional areas, have played such a significant role in their local communities.

RT @kimbakit: @stuartrobertmp @billshortenmp @anticorruption @NDIS Minister Robert, so glad you popped in for a chat. Labor hasn’t been in office since 2013. You’re in charge of the NDIS (for now). Fraud investigators say there’s $2B+ pa being looted on your watch. Please fix it. That’s what you’re being paid to do. #ndis #auspol #nimrod https://t.co/mZilz5oPrJ

RT @kimbakit: @stuartrobertmp @billshortenmp @anticorruption @NDIS Minister Robert, so glad you popped in for a chat. Labor hasn’t been in office since 2013. You’re in charge of the NDIS (for now). Fraud investigators say there’s $2B+ pa being looted on your watch. Please fix it. That’s what you’re being paid to do. #ndis #auspol #nimrod https://t.co/mZilz5oPrJ

Is it not strange that there hasn’t been any media reporting on Daniel Freedman’s suspension, either for or against it? When Kanthan Pillay was suspended it was rolling coverage.