As the Prime Minister and the EU struggle to reach an agreement on the terms of the UK’s departure from the EU, William Hill are offering 7/4 that the UK leaves post 2020.
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Phillip Hammond did not do his reputation any good during his grilling at the select committee and William Hill are offering just 1/1 that he will no longer be Chancellor on the first day of November.
William Hill have slashed the odds of Theresa May leaving her role as Prime Minister this year from 5/2 to 5/4 and it is now just 5/1 that she steps down as PM on Monday (9th Oct).
William Hill have slashed the odds of Theresa May leaving her role as Prime Minister this year from 5/2 to 5/4 while a number of customers have been in touch to place a wager at 10/1 that the PM announces she is stepping down on Monday.
With Boris Johnson seemingly making manoeuvres on Theresa May’s position as Conservative Party leader, William Hill are offering 6/4 that he has left his role as Foreign Secretary by the end of 2017 and 10/1 that he has left before the end of the Conservative Party Conference.
Transport For London have rejected the renewal of Uber’s London licence and the private hire company now have 21 days to appeal the ruling should they wish to do so.
With Theresa May having been the recipient of a letter from 30 hardline Brexiteers demanding the withdrawal from the EU by March 2019, William Hill bookmakers are offering odds of 4/6 that is the year the UK leaves.
Jacob Rees-Mogg is the 5/1 second favourite to become the next Conservative Party leader having been as long as 33/1 just one month ago.