Boris Johnson’s odds of being the next permanent Conservative Party leader have been cut by William Hill moving him from third favourite in to joint favouritism.
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William Hill are 1/4 that the interest rate will not rise before March 29th 2019, offering 11/4 that we see a further rise before that date.
William Hill make Jeremy Corbyn a 9/2 shot to leave his position as leader of the Labour Party this year while he is 7/2 to leave his role before his embattled opposition, Theresa May, leaves as leader of the Conservatives.
Following Jeremy Hunt’s “honest mistake”, William Hill are offering odds of 7/4 that he is no longer Health Secretary by the 1st May this year.
At 2/1, the odds suggest that 2018 is the most likely year for the next General Election and it is 6/4 (joint fav) that we will have a labour majority or no overall majority. Jeremy Corbyn is the 9/4 favourite to be the next British Prime Minister after Theresa May.
Despite being one of the best dancers left in the competition, William Hill think it is highly likely that Alexandra Burke (6/4) will once again find herself in the bottom two this weekend. The good news for Alexandra is that the odds suggest the judges will save Alexandra and she is 6/1 to be voted off at the weekend.
With rumours of serious rifts in the Conservative party, William Hill have today cut the price of a third cabinet minister resigning their post in November from 2/1 to 6/4.
It does not rain, it pours and the latest odds suggest there is a serious danger that at least one further cabinet minister will resign before the end of November, with Hills offering just 2/1 that this will be the case.
Following the resignation of Sir Michael Fallon as defence secretary, William Hill have installed Tobias Ellwood as their 6/4 slight favourite with Penny Mordaunt second in the list at 5/2.
Bookmakers William Hill can report one of the strangest gambles in the history of political betting as wrestler-cum-actor Dwayne Johnson has been backed in from 100/1 to 12/1 to become President of the USA in 2020. A Johnson victory would already cost Hills almost £50,000 and that figure is sure to rise. Other bad results include Michelle Obama (16/1), George Clooney (100/1) and Kanye West (100/1).