Co-Op Former Chief and Methodist Minister Suspended Following Drugs Allegations

Co-op former chief and Methodist minister suspended following drugs allegations
The Reverend Paul Flowers, formerly chairman of the Co-operative Bank, has been suspended from his duties by the Methodist Church following reports that he bought and used illegal drugs including crystal meth and crack cocaine.
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