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VINE advises Westminster to come from politicians and their families
In an article about the resignation of Matt Hancock, the former Minister of Health, Vine wrote about how life in Westminster created barriers between partners.
In an enlightening column, she said: “Unless someone is ready to take over the other departments of your life, it will be difficult to do these high-level, high-pressure, and high-risk jobs.
“But the problem is that this inevitably puts you on a different track. You become so entrenched in your respective roles that you begin to alienate.
“For politicians seeking to escape family life, Westminster is a distracting place.
“When you feel isolated from the world like that, because power is an aphrodisiac, it doesn’t take much imagination to imagine how you can change from a happy marriage to the kind of person who was unfortunately caught by CCTV. Hancock’s behavior It may be shocking, but given the context, it is completely predictable.”