Politics By Graham Sharpe

Cameron Says 'No' To Ref Resignation - Bookies Not So Sure

DESPITE David Cameron's one word answer, 'No' ,when asked in Parliament whether he would resign if the EU Referndum produces a 'Leave' vote, bookmakers William Hill have cut their odds about him standing down as Tory leader during 2016 from 10/1 (stake £1 for profit of £10) to 7/2 (stake £2 for profit of £7).

'The PM may be unable to stay in his job should the vote go against his advice' said Hill's spokesman Graham Sharpe, 'Plenty of political punters belueve that will be the case and have gambled accordingly'

WILLIAM HILL.......WHEN WILL DAVID CAMERON STAND DOWN AS TORY LEADER?....7/2 2016; 7/1 2017; 8/1 2018; 11/8 2019; 11/8 2020; 16/1 20121 OR LATER

TO SUCCEED DC AS TORY LEADER...9/4 Boris Johnson; 11/4 George Osborne; 8/1 Sajid Javid; 9/1 Theresa May; 10/1 Priti Patel; 12/1 Michael Gove. Others on request.

OUTCOME OF EU REF: 1/3 REMAIN; 9/4 LEAVE

VOTER TURNOUT FOR EU REF: 4/9 U68%; 13/8 68%+