Politics By Graham Sharpe

Who'll Lead Lab/Tories If They Lose Election?

WILLIAM HILL make David Cameron odds-on favourite to remain Prime Minister after the General Election and make him 4/7 to remain in Number 10 until August 1, with Ed Miliband 11/8 to take over by then and they offer 14/1 that it will be anyone else.

However, should Cameron NOT be PM by then it is likely that the Tories will be loking for a new leader - and Boris Johnson is 9/4 favourite to succeed him with Hills who also offer 9/2 Theresa May; 10/1 George Osborne; 12/1 Philip Hammond; Sajid Javid; 16/1 Michael Gove. Likewise, failure by Ed Miliband to get into No 10 is likely to see Labour looking for a replacement, and Hills offer 2/1 Andy Burnham; 5/2 Yvette Cooper; 6/1 Chuka Umunna; 8/1 Alan Johnson; 10/1 Tristram Hunt.

GENERAL ELECTION OUTCOME...3/10 Hung Parliament; 4/1 Con-LD coalition; 9/2 Coalition involving SNP; 9/2 Con majority; 5/1 Labour minority govt; 11/2 Con min govt; 11/2 Lab-LD coalition; 13/2 Lab majority; 7/1 Coalition involving Ukip; 20/1 Coalition involving Greens; 50/1 Ukip majority; 500/1 LD majority; 33/1 any other outcome.