New Zealand Prime Minister John Key resigns

John Key, the New Zealand Prime Minister and leader of the National party, has resigned.

According to The Telegraph, announcing his resignation, Key said, he did not see himself as a career politician and had “nothing left in the tank”.He cited family reasons as one of the factors in his decision and had reportedly been asked to resign by Bronagh, his wife of 32 years.

His resignation will be effective from 12 December, when National MPs will meet to select a new leader.


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