All deleted tweets from politicians



MP for Waiariki. Authorised Tāmati Coffey, Parliament Buildings, Wgtn. We’re all in this together and no one makes it out alive. So lets look after each other.

RT @nzlabour: After nine years of neglect, we’re investing in education: because that’s what our young Kiwis deserve. Read more about what…

We’re all about partnerships and making sure we encourage responsibility, rather than micro managing our people. I think Nats just need to focus on building relationships with iwi like we are. Good luck cuz 👍 #NotSoft #LawAndOrder #NatsNotForMāori

RT @Fonterra: We’re bringing forward our commitment not to install any new coal boilers by 11 years. Read more here:…

RT @NZWarriors: 80 minutes done. 18-18. We’re heading to golden point.

RT @Fonterra: E-commerce is a big part of the future of trade. It’s great to be showcasing our products and what we’re doing with our partn…

RT @PrincesStLabour: Hey everyone! We’re having a YL Members event this Thursday at Uni and would love you to come! Special guests include…

Government is banning smoking in vehicles with children under 18 yrs. We’re drafting law 2 regulate vaping. Minister’s letter of expectation 2 DHBs requests progress 4 NZ’s Smokefree 2025 goal for esp 4 Māori, Pacific, pregnant & low income who want to quit. #WorldSmokefreeDay

@Sinesurfer 1. I am not proposing liberalisation of cannabis. Not now, not ever. I’m proposed regulation. 2. We’re regulating MSSAs to decrease their proliferation in the general populous. We’re continuing to regulate other guns, many of which can be & are used instead of unnecessary MSSAs.

Violence is never ok. From myself and the @nationalparty we wish @jamesshaw a fast recovery. We’re thinking of you & look forward to seeing you back at parliament soon.

Confirmed in the House: there is evidence that false claims about the UN Migration Compact we’re first began by anti-Muslim neo-Nazi groups. @jamespeshaw asks if the Foreign Minister is concerned that similar lines of misinformation have been used by political parties in NZ