Who'll Win REAL Debate- Cameron Or Miliband?
DAVID CAMERON IS odds-on favourite still to be Prime Minister after the General Election with bookmakers William Hill, who offer 4/7 that he will hold that position on August 1, 2015, with Ed Miliband 11/8 to have replaced him, while it is 14/1 with Hills that anyone else at all will be PM on that date.
'Our customers seem confident that Mr Cameron will still be in Number 10 when the negotiations after the Election end, should there be a Hung Parliament, and the dust clears' said Hill's spokesman Graham Sharpe.
WILLIAM HILL...OUTCOME OF GENERAL ELECTION...1/5 Hung Parliament; 5/2 Lab minority; 3/1 Tory minority; 9/2 Con majority; 5/1 Con-LD coalition; 7/1 Coalition involving SNP; 8/1 Lab-LD coalition; 12/1 Coalition involving Ukip; 16/1 Labour majority; 33/1 Coalition involving Greens; 33/1 Lab-Con coalition; 100/1 Ukip majority; 500/1 Lib Dem majority.
TO BE LARGEST PARTY after General Election: 2/5 Tories; 7/4 Labour.
WILLIAM HILL have opened a book on which year will see David Cameron stand down as Conservative leader, and make THIS year, 2015, their 6/4 second favourite.
Hills also offer 7/1 that he will depart the job in 2016; 16/1 2017; 16/1 2018; 7/1 2019; Evens (favourite) 2020; 16/1 2021 or later.