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But in public, he pretended he was leaving for family reasons and because of his high-pressure role at the Co-op Bank.

Yesterday, a spokesman for Bradford Council said: ‘Inappropriate but not illegal adult content was found on a council computer handed in by Councillor Flowers for servicing.

She told BBC Radio 4's The World At One: 'The stories (about Mr Flowers) are shocking but it's not something that I can comment on today.

There are investigations going on, it is in the hands of police.'Len had already told the membership that he was going to stand down next May and in light of the review of governance, which Len started, he felt that making a fresh start with a new chairman would be the best way forward.'We have to devise a governance for the Co-operative Group which is fit for the future, for the scale and complexity of the organisation.

It's never to late to fulfill your curiosities and fantasies.The Co-operative Bank is facing a rescue plan which will see majority control turned over to investors including US hedge funds, after it was left with a £1.5 billion gap in its finances following the takeover of the Britannia Building Society in 2009.Labour's leadership has attempted to distance itself from Paul Flowers, a former councillor, after it emerged he attended a private meeting with Ed Miliband and both men were also present at two dinners in Westminster.The Co-operative Group yesterday launched a fact-finding investigation into 'any inappropriate behaviour' at the group or the Co-operative Bank and a 'root-and-branch review' of the structure of the organisation.‘The recent revelations about the behaviour of Paul Flowers, the former chair of the Co-operative Bank, have raised a number of serious questions for both the bank and the group.I led the board that appointed Paul Flowers to lead the bank board, and under those circumstances I feel that it is right that I step down now, ahead of my planned retirement in May next year'Critics have questioned how he could have been appointed given his apparent lack of experience, and Andrew Tyrie, chairman of the Treasury Select Committee, said that, even before the weekend’s revelations, it was clear he was ‘manifestly unsuitable’.The people featured on this site may not have been convicted of the charges or crimes listed and are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

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