Spend more time with my family
According to British politician Norman Fowler’s Wikipedia bio:
Fowler later resigned from the cabinet as Employment Secretary in January 1990, becoming the first politician to cite “to spend more time with my (his) family” as his reasoning
Fowler wrote about the ordeal in The Guardian nearly 20 years later:
Some [politicians] had been sacked in one of the regular Thatcher reshuffles and one or two others … had resigned on issues of principle. But up to that point no one had actually left to “spend more time with their family”.
In truth, I did not use those by now much quoted words. In my letter of resignation to the prime minister, I wrote: “I have a young family and for the next years I should like to devote more time to them while they are still so young.”
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