All deleted tweets from politicians

Working hard trying to do my best for New England and our nation.

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The saddest part of losing government is having to let go of your staff who have been so loyal and done such a great job. Thank you to my hard-working team. You have been so professional and have done such a great job, and I know you’ll go onto bigger and better things.

Anthony Albanese of Singleton or Anthony Albanese of Sydney? Anthony Albanese of Mackay or Anthony Albanese of Melbourne? Anthony Albanese of yesterday or Anthony Albanese of today? All the authenticity of an Albanese Bangkok Rolex.

@CatherineKingMP Labor still can’t get it right. Catherine King is only asking about our infrastructure now. It’s in the Budget, on page 133. Is she only looking now? Tony Gaskins once said: “The first time it was a mistake. The second time it was a choice. The third time it became a habit.”

Today I spoke to Nationals candidate for Dawson and champion for the Whitsunday Region, Andrew Willcox, after we helped cut the ribbon for the new Proserpine Entertainment Centre, assisted by a $5 million dollar funding boost from the Federal Nationals and Liberal Government.

@snail_gus You haters are so desperate

RT @rharris334: RT @rharris334: Great picture and a great cause @Barnaby_Joyce

RT @cmtesta: Tomorrow's @sunraysiadaily: @Barnaby_Joyce says public servants would love it in #Mildura as MDBA decentralisation push gains momentum.

Thirty-eight new projects and over $1.3 million were announced today under Round 22 of the Tackling Tough Times Together program. When our farmers and their livelihoods face the realities of taps running dry, we must rally around them to tackle those challenges together.

Today is but one day, and a minute’s silence is but a minute. Such a small time for such an immense sacrifice. All we are asked to do is remember them, for if you forget then you are taking their sacrifice for granted. Lest we forget.