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Vice chairman? Downfall of ex-bank boss grips UK

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Vice chairman? Downfall of ex-bank boss grips UK
This is an undated photo made available by the Cooperative Group of Paul Flowers. Britain's prime minister says the Co-operative Bank will face an independent inquiry into the role of its former chairman, a minister who was filmed allegedly buying crystal meth and other drugs, it was reported on Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2013. Paul Flowers, a Methodist minister who led the bank for three years until he stepped down in June, has apologized after footage of him allegedly buying drugs emerged this week. The Mail on Sunday reported that he bought the drugs just days after lawmakers grilled him on the bank's disastrous finances. (AP Photo/Cooperative Group/PA) UNITED KINGDOM OUT NO SALES NO ARCHIVE
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