All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @TennisTV: RT @TennisTV: Roses are red, Violets are blue, Here's a @rogerfederer skyhook, From us to you ◽ #OTD @abnamrowtt

RT @NobelPrize: Latin America's first Peace Laureate Carlos Saavedra Lamas was born #OTD 1878 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He was a pioneer in the field of labour legislation, editing several treatises on the topic and writing legislation on subjects such as colonisation and immigration.

RT @labour_history: #OTD 1994. Tony Blair is elected Labour Leader. He tells the party: "The Tories have lost the nation’s trust. But that doesn't mean we inherit it automatically. We have to work for it. We have to earn it."

RT @labour_history: #OTD 2005. At the G8 meeting at Gleneagles, the debt of the eighteen poorest nations in Africa is cancelled. $50bn is also given in aid to developing countries.

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!

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.

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

RT @Riekstins__M: OTD 4 years ago - Boris Nemtsov - Russian politician was killed. Together with colleagues from the #EU, #USA, #NewZealand - laying flowers at the place of his assassination on Bolshoy Moskvoretsky Bridge, central Moscow

RT @JonAshworth: #OTD in 1999 a Labour Government tabled a new law to guarantee working mums and dads the right to 3 months parental leave. Did @theresa_may support it? @GMB_union finds out 🕵️‍♀️

RT @UKParlArchives: #OTD 1534, Henry VIII’s Parliament passed the Act of Supremacy. From our collections, a treat for all you #Latin readers, it’s the House of Lords Journal from the same year listing all the statutes passed with this one placed firmly at the top. #Ecclesia #Anglicana! #TowerRex