Which Of Big4 Leaders Will Quit First After Election
Nick Clegg is favourite with William Hill to be the first of the 'Big Four' Party leaders to go after the General Election.
Hills make the Lib Dem leader Even money favourite to be the first out, with Ed Miliband 15/8 second favourite; David Cameron 9/2 and Nigel Farage 10/1.
'All four of these leaders are vulnerable if their Party happens to under-achieve - and at least one of them is virtually certain to do that' said Hill's spokesman Graham Sharpe. Hills offer 16/1 that all four of the leaders will still be in place on January 1, 2016.
William Hill...First Leader To Go:
Nick Clegg EVS
Ed Miliband 15/8
David Cameron 9/2
Nigel Farage 10/1
OUTCOME OF GENERAL ELECTION:
GENERAL ELECTION OUTCOME...2/9 No overall majority; 4/1 Con-LD coalition; 9/2 Coalition involving SNP; 5/1 Con overall majority 5/1 Labour minority; 11/2 Con minority govt; 7/1 Coalition involving Ukip; 9/1 Labour obverall majority; 20/1 Coalition involving Greens.
CELEBRITY POLITICS.....To become an MP at this General Election - 25/1 Queen's Brian May; 33/1 Al 'Pub Landlord' Murray; to poll most votes (both must stand)- 1/4 May; 11/4 Murray.
TWO GENERAL ELECTIONS DURING 2015?......9/2