Politics By Graham Sharpe

Will Miller Resignation Hasten Cameron Departure?

HAVING supported Maria Miller prior to her resignation, David Cameron is now quoted at odds of 1/3 to cease to be Tory Leader during 2015. He is 6/1 to stand down during 2014, and 7/2 to go during or after 2016.

'Mr Cameron must be regretting his support for Maria Miller which does not seem to have played well with the rank and file of his Party' said Hill's spokesman Graham Sharpe, 'It has certainly not enhanced his reputation as a strong leader.'

WILLIAM HILL MAKE MARIA MILLER'S SUCCESSOR, SAJID JAVID 20/1 TO BE THE NEXT LEADER OF THE TORY PARTY.
 FOLLOWING THE DEPARTURE of Maria Miller, William Hill have opened a book on how many females there will be amongst the Cabinet's official membership when the General Election is held. There are currently three, but Hills make 4or5 their 6/4 favourite; with 2or3 2/1; 5/2 six or more; one or none 10/1.
 
NEXT TORY LEADER: 4/1 May; 5/1 Johnson; 9 Gove; 10 Hammond;Osborne; 14 Hague; 20 Sajid Javid.
 
TORIES TO WIN OVERALL MAJORITY AT NEXT GENERAL ELECTION - 3/1.