All deleted tweets from politicians

Politicians

AlistairBurtUK

Former MP and Government Minister

Dchautala

Deputy Chief Minister, Government of Haryana

RT @Keir_Starmer: I want to see the government succeed in defeating the coronavirus, to save lives and protect livelihoods. This is a national effort and all of us should be asking what more we can do. thetimes.co.uk/article/54e2e7…

Neil Bibby (Labour) retweeted @DrewSm1th :

RT @DrewSm1th: Dear the Scottish Government. Stop trying to defend it. Front it up, apologise, explain, again, why the rest of the country shouldn’t follow the CMO’s example. Then get her back to work.

RT @nytimes: “Maybe our biggest strength in Germany is the rational decision-making at the highest level of government combined with the trust the government enjoys in the population.” nyti.ms/2wijZnU

RT @TanDhesi: You know things have been grossly mishandled, when even the Torygraph is getting exasperated with the Government being “unable to answer basic questions”. https://t.co/dBfmTEfNlK

RT @KKeneally: We have seen some 88,000 people in hospitality alone lose their jobs last week. It is time for the Government to ensure that Australians have the support they need to have shelter and food. We are talking about basic income support and people need it now #auspol #COVID19Aus https://t.co/nAiq70UCJu

RT @TanDhesi: You know things have been grossly mishandled, when even the Torygraph is getting exasperated with the Government being “unable to answer basic questions”. https://t.co/dBfmTEfNlK

RT @HHHotWheels: Mathematicians at @OfficialUoM are using their computer modelling expertise to advise the government on how to best protect the UK population during the #coronavirus emergency. #Covid19 #UniSupport ow.ly/AxEw102dAei https://t.co/sd4Vijah9O

RT @TanDhesi: You know things have been grossly mishandled, when even the Torygraph is getting exasperated with the Government being “unable to answer basic questions”. https://t.co/dBfmTEfNlK

RT @campbellclaret: Very well pitched - not an easy time to take on this job. Right approach on Covid - support the government but challenge and scrutinise. Clear on anti-Semitism and the need to rethink on many fronts. He looked and sounded credible and that alone is huge progress.

Mike Kane (Labour) tweeted :

Congratulations to @Keir_Starmer on becoming our new Leader. I'm looking forward to working with Keir to get a Labour Government.