All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @Esteesians: #OTD 1803 STC writes to Southey: “When I cease to love Truth best of all things, and Liberty the next best, may I cease to live: for as far as anything can be called probable in a subject so dark, it seems to me most probable that our immortality is ... a work of our own hands.”

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

RT @jdmccafferty: 27 May 669: St. Theodore of Tarsus arrives in #England #otd aged 67 to take up his duties as Archbishop of #Canterbury (Ealdgyth/Antiochan) Consecrated at #Rome in 668 only after the shaven-headed monk's hair had grown out & then could be tonsured in the western style https://t.co/mkNuCHBast

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 @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…

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…