Methodist minister suspended for buying illegal drugs

A former chairman of the Co-operative Bank has been suspended by the Methodist Church after he was allegedly filmed buying illegal drugs. In a statement, the Revered Paul Flowers said he did things that were “stupid and wrong”, Skynews reports. The Mail OI Sunday said the Methodist minister was filmed buying the substances just days... 
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Added November 17, 2013
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