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Rev. Paul Flowers

Labour Councillor

Bradford Council

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Bradford Council

City Hall

Bradford, West Yorkshire BD1 1HY

United Kingdom

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Treasury

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Sky News

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Charterbridge Financial Planning

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Mongolia News

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LGBT Bristol

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Manchester Camerata Ltd

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The Co-operative Bank p.l.c

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Executive Grapevine

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Recruitment Grapevine Magazine

Senior Executive Board
Myners

Trustee
Terrence Higgins Trust

Member
City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council

Member
Advertising Standards Authority

Elected Member of the Co-operative Party National Executive Committee and A Member
Amnesty International

Elected Member of the Co-operative Party National Executive Committee and A Member
Fabian Society

Fellow
Royal Geographical Society

Fellow
RSA Corp

Board Member of Own Capital Support Vehicle
International Cooperative and Mutual Insurance Federation

Member
West Yorkshire Area Committee

Elected Member of the Co-operative Party National Executive Committee and A Member
Lesbian

Elected Member of the Co-operative Party National Executive Committee and A Member
Christian Socialist Movement

Board Member of Own Capital Support Vehicle
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Tuesday 19 November | Scot-Buzz

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In case you haven't caught up with the saga of the hapless Rev. Paul Flowers, here's the Daily Mail's take on it. Mr Flowers was Chairman of the Co-operative Bank when it got into trouble earlier this year. In 2010 he was appointed a member of Labour's influential finance and industry advisory board. He has been a Methodist minister for almost 40 years and served as a Labour councillor on Bradford City Council, where he lives, for a decade. Now this upright citizen has been caught buying crystal meth and crack cocaine, and admits to using ketamine and cannabis. Not unnaturally, Mr Plod is taking a close interest. Every organisation he was associated with has suspended and disowned him. How did he ever get to be chairman of a large 'ethical' bank? Well might you ask…


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Paul Flowers drug allegtions

Former councillor released on bail January 15, 2014 - News - Tagged: bradford, Bradford Council, Co-op Bank, councillor, Leeds Stainbeck Police Station, Paul Flowers, West Yorkshire Police - no comments
A former Bradford councillor and Co-op Bank chairman has been released on bail in connection with a drugs supply investigation. Paul Flowers, 63, was filmed allegedly handing over £300 for...
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Former Councillor in Drug Scandal November 29, 2013 - News - Tagged: bradford, Bradford Council, Co-op Bank, Paul Flowers - no comments
Questions have been raised after the arrest of a former Bradford councillor over allegations that he has purchased and used illegal drugs. Reverend Paul Flowers, who served on Bradford Council...


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Paul Flowers drug allegtions
Former councillor released on bail January 15, 2014 - News - Tagged: bradford, Bradford Council, Co-op Bank, councillor, Leeds Stainbeck Police Station, Paul Flowers, West Yorkshire Police - no comments
A former Bradford councillor and Co-op Bank chairman has been released on bail in connection with a drugs supply investigation. Paul Flowers, 63, was filmed allegedly handing over £300 for...
Read Post → News
Former Councillor in Drug Scandal November 29, 2013 - News - Tagged: bradford, Bradford Council, Co-op Bank, Paul Flowers - no comments
Questions have been raised after the arrest of a former Bradford councillor over allegations that he has purchased and used illegal drugs. Reverend Paul Flowers, who served on Bradford Council...


Paul Flowers drug ...

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Paul Flowers drug allegtions

Former councillor released on bail January 15, 2014 - News - Tagged: bradford, Bradford Council, Co-op Bank, councillor, Leeds Stainbeck Police Station, Paul Flowers, West Yorkshire Police - no comments
A former Bradford councillor and Co-op Bank chairman has been released on bail in connection with a drugs supply investigation. Paul Flowers, 63, was filmed allegedly handing over £300 for...


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Paul Flowers, who chaired the Co-operative Bank for three years from 2010, was exposed allegedly buying and using illegal drugs in a newspaper sting (Co-operative Group/PA)

Paul Flowers, who chaired the Co-operative Bank for three years from 2010, was exposed allegedly buying and using illegal drugs in a newspaper sting (Co-operative Group/PA)
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Mr Flowers, a Methodist minister who chaired the Co-operative Bank for three years from 2010, was exposed allegedly buying and using illegal drugs in a newspaper sting at the weekend.
He left the council in September 2011, having served on it for almost a decade, citing personal reasons and increased responsibilities at the Co-operative Banking Group.
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Mr Flowers served as a member of Bradford Council's executive from May 2010 to August 2011, when he stepped down from the post, saying he had "increasing and competing demands" on his time.
The following month he resigned as a Labour councillor for the Great Horton ward, having served on the council since 2001.
At the time, he said in a statement, reported by the Bradford Telegraph and Argus: " It has become clear to me that, over the longer term, I will be unable to sustain the workload associated with performing both roles to the best of my ability."
Following Mr Flowers's resignation as councillor, the then-council leader Ian Greenwood, who lost his seat to a Respect Party candidate in May 2012, said: "Paul is a tremendously gifted and committed individual who has made a significant and lasting contribution to the community in Great Horton, to the council and to the Labour group. Following Mr Flowers's resignation as councillor, the then-council leader Ian Greenwood, who lost his seat to a Respect Party candidate in May 2012, said: "Paul is a tremendously gifted and committed individual who has made a significant and lasting contribution to the community in Great Horton, to the council and to the Labour group.
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The supermarkets-to-funerals Co-operative Group has launched a fact-finding investigation into "any inappropriate behaviour" and a "root-and-branch" review of its structure in the wake of the revelations about Mr Flowers.
Critics have questioned how he could have been appointed given his apparent lack of experience, and Andrew Tyrie, chairman of the Treasury Select Committee, said that, even before the weekend's revelations, it was clear he was "manifestly unsuitable".
Mr Flowers now faces a police investigation. He has apologised over the scandal and been suspended by the Methodist Church as well as the Labour Party.
The Co-operative Bank is facing a rescue plan which will see majority control turned over to investors including US hedge funds, after it was left with a £1.5 billion gap in its finances following the takeover of the Britannia Building Society in 2009.
Announcing his resignation today, Mr Wardle said: "The recent revelations about the behaviour of Paul Flowers, the former chair of the Co-operative Bank, have raised a number of serious questions for both the bank and the group.
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"I led the board that appointed Paul Flowers to lead the bank board and under those circumstances I feel that it is right that I step down now, ahead of my planned retirement in May next year.
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Regulators have said that Mr Flowers went through the appropriate process when he joined the Co-op's board as non-executive director. But he did not face further scrutiny when he became the bank's chairman.

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