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

Ali Esbati (sweden) retweeted @DannyDutch :

RT @DannyDutch: George Harrison died on #OTD 18 years ago, this is from the tribute concert. 'While My Guitar Gently Weeps' with Tom Petty, Steve Winwood, Jeff Lynne and George Harrison's son, Dhani. You really should see the BRAIN-MELTING solo by #Prince starts at 3:28.

RT @CWGC: #OTD 75 years ago Corporal Thomas Priday became the first British soldier to be killed in action during #WW2 while out on a patrol his team stumbled into a booby-trapped field near the Maginot Line. He is commemorated by @CWGC at Luttange Communal Cemetery in France. #CWGCarchive

Nigel Dodds (UKMPs) retweeted @NI_Union :

RT @NI_Union: #OTD in 1987, the IRA murdered 11 on Remembrance Sunday in Enniskillen. A 12th victim lost his life 13 years later having been in a coma since the attack. 20 miles away another much larger bomb failed to explode as children in the Boys Brigade & Girls Brigade paraded by.

RT @OnThisDayPIRA: #OnThisDay in 1971 the IRA murdered Bridget Carr, 24. Waitress fatally wounded near Strabane 19th Nov & died #OTD From Gornatraw Co Donegal she was shot by murderers firing from south of the border at soldiers 150 yrds in to NI. She was behind the soldiers & hit in the head

RT @DrLeeworthy: Today marks the 125th anniversary of the Albion Colliery Disaster. #otd 290 men and boys together with 123 put horses were killed by an explosion at Cilfynydd.

RT @Kenny__Stewart: RT @Kenny__Stewart: On this day in 1904: Jennie Lee, co-founder of The @OpenUniversity, was born in Lochgelly, Fife. #OTD…

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 @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? #CdnHist #CdnHistory #WarOf1812

RT @JacobitesEdu: #OTD | On 4 October 1745, the Prince was joined by Glenbucket (pictured), with 400 men, from Banff and Aberdeenshire, chiefly Grants and Farquharsons; by Colonel David Tulloch and John Hamilton, afterwards Governor of Carlisle, with 480 men from Strathbogie and Enzie. #The45