Co-op Bank’s Flowers fined £400 after pleading guilty to drugs offences

 
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Former Co-op Bank boss Paul Flowers has been fined £400 after pleading guilty to charges of possessing drugs.

Flowers was also ordered to pay £125 in costs at Leeds Magistrates’ Court.

The disgraced Methodist minister was arrested in November, having stepped down from the struggling Co-op Bank six months earlier.