All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @AndyEMorrison: We’ve made it to the end of January! 🎉 Don’t let your celebrations get in the way of voting for @Jackson_Carlaw and returning your ballot paper for the @ScotTories leadership election. #TeamJackson

RT @JayMitchinson: We’ve lost - understandably - 80 per cent of our advertising revenue in the blink of an eye. 😢 We’ve had to furlough staff. We’ll probably have to furlough more. We’ve all taken a pay cut. Yet, The Yorkshire Post’s @Geri_E_L_Scott is there, when it matters, representing us all.

RT @billshortenmp: The Govt has finally, as we’ve urged, started to form a #coronavirus plan for people with disability. But our disability workforce desperately need a retention bonus, and masks & gloves right now.…

RT @MumbaiPolice: RT @MumbaiPolice: Zoom In! We’ve got a secret message for you.

RT @gprhymney: We’ve been around again today dropping leaflets off to Churches & Chapels following more recent Church break-ins. Can we ask all local residents to remain vigilant and report any suspicious activity to us. #ProtectingAndReassuring

RT @gprhymney: RT @gprhymney: Tonight we’ve been patrolling our rural landscapes! #RuralCrime #ReassurancePatrols

RT @GowerNT: Where historic field boundaries are being reinstated in The Vile, we’ve started planting up new hedges creating more important habitats. 800 blackthorn in, 6500 to go...

RT @RishiSunak: We’ve published detailed guidance on furloughing and the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. For employers:… For employees:…

George Galloway (unknown) tweeted :

#MOATS | Guest @profwolff “During 30/40 years of neoliberalism we’ve allowed hospitals to be closed, public health services of all kinds to be eliminated or underfunded because it wasn’t profitable for private enterprises in the US..” WATCH @MoatsTV now

RT @ScottishTUC: Hi @TheHouseofBruar 👋 We understand that your food hall and online shop remain open as well as head office. We’ve had reports that you’re not allowing staff to work from home who are able to, or providing adequate PPE and social distancing - is this true? (1/3)