Former Co-op Bank chair Paul Flowers dismissed from church over drugs – The Guardian

The Guardian
Paul Flowers, the former chairman of the Co-operative Bank, has been dismissed as a minister by the Methodist church after he was convicted of possessing cocaine, crystal meth and ketamine in 2014. In a statement, the church said: “Following the …
Disgraced vicar Paul Flowers kicked out of Methodist Church three years after drugs and rent boys shameThe Sun
Ex-Co-op Bank boss Paul Flowers removed from roll of church ministersBelfast Telegraph

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