The ISIHAC
Resignation Letters Page

Last Updated
19 Jun 2004

On the BBC Radio 4 show I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue, one of the rounds includes suggestions for examples of Resignation Letters for well known people, either living or dead. Here are some of the teams' suggestions, along with some of my suggestions. If you have any ideas you would like included, please e-mail me here, and I will add the best ones (with full credit to you of course)

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Henry VIII
 
I am leaving as I feel it inappropriate that I continue as chairman of 'Relate'
High Wycombe
11 Dec 2000
Ludwig Van Beethoven
 
Now that I have gone completely deaf, BT have offered me a job in directory enquiries
High Wycombe
11 Dec 2000
Michael Portillo
 
I'd like to create an opening for a younger man
High Wycombe
11 Dec 2000
Dirty Harry
 
When I said 'Go ahead, punk. Make my day', I thought we were along in the gents
High Wycombe
11 Dec 2000
Bertie Bassett
 
I'm leaving for all sorts of reasons
High Wycombe
11 Dec 2000
Peter Mendelson
 
[That's ridiculous - it would never happen!]
High Wycombe
11 Dec 2000
Yasser Arafat
 
I've decided to go back to playing the drums with The Beatles
High Wycombe
11 Dec 2000
to Alcoholics Anonymous
 
I resign...Cheers!
High Wycombe
11 Dec 2000
Editor of The Daily Mail
 
I've been doing a lot of thinking...
High Wycombe
11 Dec 2000
Van Gogh
 
I must give up my work - my glasses keep falling off
High Wycombe
11 Dec 2000
William of Orange
 
I'm worried that some people might be taking me too seriously
High Wycombe
11 Dec 2000
Ann Widdecombe
 
Politics is no career for the new face of Estée Lauder
High Wycombe
11 Dec 2000
Cynthia Payne
 
I'm alarmed at the number of politicians entering my profession
High Wycombe
11 Dec 2000
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