A politically inept man from Morriston is shocked to have found out that Swansea Council send money to Clase, it has emerged. 

58 year old Pete Bowen took it upon himself to obtain a Freedom of Information request following Theresa May’s admission that she didn’t know Britain sent money to North Korea. 

Bowen said: “I saw the Question Time special and wondered what else the establishment were hiding from us, I couldn’t believe my eyes. 

“If you want to know why we’re not investing in a new John Lewis on Woodfield Street or providing shelter for the spud man, it’s because we’re paying for public services in Clase. 

“We live in constant fear that people from Clase are trying to come into Morriston and claim it as their own, and here we are sending money their way. It’s completely nonsensical. 

“The council seem hell bent on sending money their way to protect trade interests with the DVLA and low level weed dealers, although their green is good, I’ll give them that much.”

Council spokesperson Theresa Connell said: “Is just like to reassure everyone that no ‘aid’ goes to Clase, they receive tax money like everyone else. 

“While it’s true there’s some unemployment and possibly reduced tax receipts, they do have to put up with the DVLA building and their workers parking across their driveways, which I wouldn’t do for a million quid.” 

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