Disgraced former Methodist Minister: I still struggle with drug addiction

The disgraced Methodist Minister and former chairman of the Co-op Bank who was fined for possessing cocaine and other drugs, has admitted he still struggles with addiction.

Paul Flowers, who is from Bradford, was last week stripped of the title reverend and the power to lead services for the Church.

Today he spoke on BBC Radio Four and said that his problems were "largely" in the past, but said it'd be a "lie" to suggest they were completely over.