Paul Flowers bailed again by police over drugs allegations

The Rev Paul Flowers

The Rev Paul Flowers

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Disgraced Methodist minister Paul Flowers was bailed again today after reporting to a police station on drugs allegations.

The Reverend Flowers, who the Telegraph & Argus revealed today is still being paid his church salary of £11,106 and is back living in a church-owned detached house in Bradford, was required to report to the police station as part of his bail conditions.

A spokesman for West Yorkshire Police said: “A 63-year-old man, from Bradford, who was arrested in Liverpool in November as part of an ongoing investigation into allegations of drug supply offences made in a national newspaper, answered bail today at a West Yorkshire police station and has now been bailed pending further enquiries.”

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