All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @PlymouthOTD: #OTD in 1901 the first event was staged at #HomePark in #Plymouth and it wasn't football! The Argyle Athletics Club staged a meet. @Only1Argyle began as an offshoot from the Athletics club and within 2 years Home Park was hosting the Pilgrim's first competitive match. https://t.co/YF38cJzMJt

RT @PremierRP_en: #OTD Communists brutally murdered Witold #Pilecki. To this day, we are looking for his remains. Let's pay tribute to his memory. Share his incredible story! https://t.co/rZbxYm6LtS

RT @labour_history: #OTD 1994. Labour Leader John Smith speaks at a Labour fundraiser at the Park Lane Hotel, London with his party 20pt ahead in the polls. He finishes his speech: 'The opportunity to serve our country, that is all we ask.' It would be his final act. https://t.co/2gbP7YkOMk

RT @PolandMFA: #OTD 10 years ago the @EastPartnership was officially launched at the summit of the heads of States of the #EU and partner countries. The 10th anniversary #EaP10 is a good opportunity to sum up the achievements of the 🇪🇺 Eastern policy in recent years. ▶️ gov.pl/web/diplomacy/… https://t.co/oX4oIeVafV

Petr Ježek (EU) retweeted @HistoryTime_ :

RT @HistoryTime_: Queen Elizabeth ( Born #OTD in 1926 ) is a woman who wears many hats, figuratively. But she is also literally a woman who wears many hats, having worn an estimated 5,000 (!!) in the past 50 years. https://t.co/jt9P4NAIiO

RT @labour_history: #OTD 1997. Tony Blair becomes Prime Minister. “For eighteen long years my Party has been Oppsition. It could only say. It could not do. Today we are charged with the deep responsibility of Government. Today it is enough of talking. It is time now to do” https://t.co/a8vGclprxu

RT @rgpoulussen: RT @rgpoulussen: #OTD in 1945. The Express cartoonist Giles sketching as Cromwell tank crewmen work on their vehicles. #WW2 #HISTORY https:…

RT @BeattieDoug: #OTD 1st May 1769 that great Irishman, soldier, politician and Prime Minister - Arthur Wellesley the 1st Duke of Wellington - was born in Dublin. #IrishSoldiers https://t.co/xBK5sXdlS4

RT @HistParl: #otd in 1881 Benjamin Disraeli died. He was Britain’s 1st (& so far only) Jewish Prime Minister. During his premiership the Chimney Sweepers Act 1875 was passed which said chimney sweeps had to register with police so their work was supervised. #HistParl #Twitterstorians

RT @labour_history: #OTD 1969. Open University launched. Jennie Lee’s White Paper on the ‘University of the Air’ was initially dismissed as ‘Wilson’s Pipe Dream’ by The Times. It would go on to become the @OpenUniversity , allowing millions of people access to higher education https://t.co/JkDZgCFDe5