All deleted tweets from politicians

Husband, father, farmer • MS for South Wales Central • Former @WelshConserv leader • Shadow Minister for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs @SeneddWales

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RT @MrTCHarris: RT @MrTCHarris: Golly. #metoo seems a long time ago, don’t it?

This is a damning report & another kick in the teeth for agriculture and the taxpayer in Wales. It's another financial scandal in the Welsh Labour Government's most incompetent department @WGEnviroAgri. In any other country, the minister would be gone.…

Labour’s Mark Drakeford might have closed Welsh tourism & hospitality but he’s happy for people to fly out of his publicly-owned Cardiff Airport this Friday. This despite the ‘stay local’ 5 mile rule & the Welsh Government saying a decision hadn’t been made on overseas travel.

RT @ITVNewsPolitics: 'It sounds positively Rooseveltian. It sounds like a New Deal' - Boris Johnson expected to unveil a £5bn plan to rebuild Britain…

RT @jamswilliams85: .@AndrewRTDavies: "The sad truth is that events of recent weeks have exposed a leadership vacuum in how these school plans were put together and communicated by the WG" "The lack of ambition...over school plans for September is not just infuriating it's downright irresponsible"

Parents in Wales are frantic with worry and fearful for their child's future, and won't be able to return to work themselves unless an acceptable level of schooling returns after the summer holidays in September👇…

@Bleddyn_Rhys @Beano12360 @Plaid_Cymru @LeanneWood @Adamprice Pure racism full stop. Appalling and certainly not done in my name.

Well done Liverpool on a fantastic season. I’m sure their many thousands of fans in Wales will be raising a glass this evening including one in my own office! #champions

On @BBCRadioWales this evening, Labour’s @GeraintDaviesMP claimed the R rate in Wales was 0.5 and that went unchallenged despite the fact @vaughangething published the latest scientific paper today showing its estimated to be at 0.8 in Wales 🤔

You may well have a point but as the chairman of a committee looking into such arrangements is this appropriate? This could well prejudice the outcome of any of the committee’s conclusions or recommendations.