All deleted tweets from politicians

Ian Lavery MP (Labour) tweeted :

Cancer hasn’t stopped during coronavirus; it’s affecting more people than ever. That’s why this year’s #MacmillanCoffeeMorning is the most important yet, because more people with cancer now need Macmillan’s support. That’s why I’m planning to #RaiseAMug for @macmillancancer https://t.co/VVzLgZa6hU

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

Ian Lavery MP (Labour) tweeted :

Cancer hasn’t stop during COVID-19, and neither has Macmillan.  Every penny raised at a #MacmillanCoffeeMorning helps Macmillan 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/dYABWchiPq

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…

“He hasn’t read the protocol, he hadn’t read the bill, he doesn’t know his stuff”... Johnson never was a details man. Much more adept at the art of meaningless waffle...

I’m surprised James Cleverly hasn’t produced one of his graphs. #BenandJerrys https://t.co/vWa3pkGefL

.⁦@Jackson_Carlaw⁩ MSP said: “We are now weeks into this public health crisis, yet still the SNP hasn’t managed to ensure vulnerable people can get supermarket delivery slots.” heraldscotland.com/news/18384661.…

Ged Killen (UKMPs) replied to @Gedk :

This hasn’t always been the case, as the report sets out both Governments had relatively harmonious relationships between 1997 and 2007 when Labour administrations existed in both, with big problems smoothed out through informal channels. 3/14

Ged Killen (UKMPs) replied to @Gedk :

While the use of formal and informal channels hasn’t changed dramatically since 1997, the relationship between the two Governments has deteriorated since the SNP became the largest party in Scotland in 2007, and accelerated under the coalition Government in 2010. 4/14

Ged Killen (UKMPs) replied to @DjrReid :

@DjrReid Unbelievable. How can you undermine an assembly that hasn’t sat for over 2 years and shows no sign of doing so?