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Former Co-op bank chief Paul Flowers: 'I have sinned'

Former Co-op chairman Reverend Paul Flowers has said he has "sinned" and has had his "frailties exposed".

Mr Flowers, a Methodist minister with little experience in banking, became chairman of the Co-op board in April 2010.

Following drugs allegations he was arrested and suspended from both the Methodist church and the Labour party and later resigned from the Co-op.

The full interview with Paul Flowers can be watched on Newsnight, BBC Two at 2230 GMT

  • 25 Mar 2014
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