All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @dcb_dbc: Bio of the Day: Laura Ingersoll Second, who died #OTD 1868, is considered a Canadian heroine for her actions during the War of 1812 - but how much of the story you know is true? ow.ly/5Kot50wIUi6 #CdnHist #CdnHistory #WarOf1812 https://t.co/HT3U3vbWNK

RT @JacobitesEdu: #OTD | Weighed anchor shortly after midnight of the 19th September 1746 and the Prince left Scotland and sailed to France. #FlightOfBonniePrinceCharlie Images: The Prince's Cairn, Cuildarach, taken by @MrGGaw. (More info: 1745association.org.uk/1745%20Associa…) https://t.co/LJpVgSwpQM

RT @JacobitesEdu: #OTD | The Prince and his party reached Gleann Camgharaidh at the head of Loch Arkaig on 17 September 1746, where they met Cluny and Dr Cameron, who had gone on to prepare, and to obtain provisions. Spent the night here. #FlightOfBonniePrinceCharlie Map: maps.nls.uk/geo/explore/si… https://t.co/7Rqy8Oaafn

RT @JacobitesEdu: #OTD | In early morning of 9th August 1746 Charlie reached Fasnakyle, and remained three days 'in a very fast wood'. #FlightOfBonniePrinceCharlie Image: Birch woodland at Fasnakyle (geograph.org.uk/p/5479165) https://t.co/fKxFaNJD34

RT @JacobitesEdu: #OTD | Borradale brought news early on 18 July 1746 that Clanranald's country was surrounded. A line of camps and sentries had been established from the head of Loch Eil to Loch Hourn. Charlie resolved to skirt the line of posts, and make for Poolewe. #FlightOfBonniePrinceCharlie

RT @jdmccafferty: RT @jdmccafferty: 28 May 1588: the first ships of the #Spanish Armada leave #Lisbon #otd https://t.co/44jpmhs4VZ

RT @BarnasJoe: RT @BarnasJoe: @DanielJHannan OTD In 1940: Stalin signs off on the #KatynMassacre https://t.co/90N9i5hOm2

RT @DanielJHannan: Buddy Holly died #OTD 60 years ago. It inspired the greatest threnody of the late 20th century. Whole websites are dedicated to decoding its references, but I hear it simply as a poem of loss and despair, a modern Dover Beach. youtube.com/watch?v=iX_TFk…

RT @DanielJHannan: Buddy Holly died #OTD 60 years ago. It inspired the greatest threnody of the late 20th century. Whole websites are dedicated to decoding its references, but I hear it simply as a poem of loss and despair, a modern Dover Beach. youtube.com/watch?v=iX_TFk…