Paul Flowers, the former Co-operative bank chairman, has been suspended by the Labour Party as he faces a police investigation over his alleged purchase of class A drugs. Mr Flowers, 63, has already been suspended from his position as a Methodist minister after he was caught on camera discussing the purchase of crystal meth, cocaine and ketamine. Reverend Paul Flowers is said to have bought the illegal substances just days after he gave evidence to the Treasury Select Committee on how the bank lost £700 million and came close to collapse whilst he was at the helm. A Labour councillor in Bradford for ten years he has been suspended for “bringing the party into disrepute.” Mr Flowers has apologised to “all I have hurt or failed by my actions” and has said he is currently seeking professional help. [Telegraph]
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