All deleted tweets from politicians

Today is #WorldEnvironmentDay and we’re announcing £64m in #InternationalClimateFinance to help protect the Amazon rainforest and its precious #biodiversity in Columbia. Nature based solutions is one way we are working globally to protect our planet for generations to come.

We’re excited to be investing in this new programme with @unisouthampton to increase people’s confidence in technologies like robotics and automated cars that could transform our everyday lives…

RT @honeysettwatts: 🗣 Until recently, @DamianCollins MP was chair of @CommonsDCMS. We’re very pleased he’s a patron of @ToriesinComms. 📲 He’s co-founded @infotagion, the independent, expert fact-checking service for #COVID19, which you can access here:

To us, this is a necessary truth to tell. In the history books, we’re past the heading ‘factors leading to’ right now. We will all be judged for who we stood with and whether we stood by silently.

RT @ukblm: This Thursday we’re blasting Jimmy Cliff’s the Harder they Come at 7pm to make some noise in support of @raceandhealth for those staying in their homes. Stay safe in solidarity with our black friends and family across the world. 🏠❤️✊🏾

RT @BBCNewsnight: We’re live now on @BBCTwo with Emily Maitlis – you can also watch online at #Newsnight | @maitlis

RT @sw_ccg: We’re recruiting Lay Members to join a new CCG that will cover Herefordshire and Worcestershire from 1 April 2020. See for more details.

Delighted she’s not working, we’re on top of #COVID19 and it’s going the right way. More worrying if all 25,000 contact tracers were working flat out, now that would be a story. 99% of tracers delighted to be part of the resilience effort, working and doing a great job 🙏

Ian Austin (Labour) retweeted @MarkRegev :

RT @MarkRegev: 🏳️‍🌈We’re raising the Pride flag for #PrideMonth here at @IsraelInUK. Israel is proud to stand with the UK in championing the rights of LGBT+ people around the world.

RT @niwnews: Due to the hot weather and exceptionally dry spring; we’re asking everyone in NI to reduce their water usage immediately where possible because of the significant increase in demand for water we are experiencing.