'Crystal Methodist' Paul Flowers Admits He Has 'sinned' and Was Not Qualified

'Crystal Methodist' Paul Flowers admits he has 'sinned' and was not qualified
Allegations later emerged claiming that he had used drugs, including crystal meth, crack cocaine and ketamine. Asked what made him think he was qualified to run a bank, he replied: "I … called their addictions treatment programme for the 28 days I …
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I have sinned, says ex-bank chief
Speaking publicly for the first time since the scandal broke, the ex-Methodist minister, who was bailed in connection with alleged drugs supply offences in January, revealed how a spell in rehab for addiction therapy had been "cathartic and traumatic …
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