- Alfie Baron
Natasha Clarke from the Sun had sent a Twitter message to Corri Wilson saying:
Corri, my name is Natasha Clark, I'm a reporter from The Sun. I hope you're well. We're doing a story on information IPSA have released to us today that claims you owe them £111.00 which has not been settled with them - just reaching out to see if you'd like to comment on this or explain why this has not yet been paid. All the best, NatashaThis caused Corri Wilson to fly into a rage and post the following rant on Facebook:
** Fake News Alert**Natasha Clark (@NatashaC) replied via Tweet to Corri Wilson:
Messaged received on Twitter (see picture) I’m no longer an MP yet this is the crap I still have to put up with! Unionist media jurnos digging up dirt to fulfil their SNPbad rhetoric.
So let me set the record straight, AGAIN - my version - the true version - and not what the Sun will choose to print......
Those of you that know me, know there is still ongoing issues around what was my constituency office, therefore that in turn means I have not received my final Lose of Office Payment (a couple of hundred quid which will be paid out when everything is signed off) - it was AGREED and ACCEPTED by IPSA that this £111 would be deducted from that outstanding payment when everything is eventually finalised. So actually in this circumstance IPSA still owes me money ! (Not blaming them btw....they’re only responding to the British nationalist MSM’s FOI enquiries)
No issue. No problem. No story!
But you can bet they’ll get their SNP bad story out if it.
What I find astonishing is the UK is on its knees, broke, trillions in debt, the English NHS in crisis (not the staffs fault!) - Brexit is chaos and will be catastrophic and Theresa May is handling, daily, one crisis after another
Natasha is interested in £110 that is owed but isn’t owed !!!
Give me strength !
Thanks for your reply Corri, happy to include your response in my article. However, I'm not going to apologise for doing my job as a journalist and asking legitimate, polite questions about taxpayer's money.