Disgraced former Co-op Bank chief Paul Flowers has been charged with drug offences, police have said.
West Yorkshire Police said Mr Flowers, 63, has been charged with two offences of possession of a Class A drug and one offence of possession of a Class C drug.
Mr Flowers has been bailed and will appear before Leeds Magistrates Court on 7 May.
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