General Election By Rupert Adams

Theresa May Steadies The Sinking Ship

Clearly it has been a long day for Theresa May but William Hill now believe that it is unlikely that there will be another General Election in 2017 – offering 2/7 there is not and 5/2 there is. Meanwhile Ruth Davidson is now 4/1 to be named as the next leader of the Conservative party having been 40/1 less than a year ago.

“Theresa May has perhaps steadied the ship with her speech today and we now believe that there is a good chance that we will not see a further General Election this year,” said William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams. “Meanwhile the rise of Ruth Davidson continues and she is now the 4/1 third favourite to be named as the next Conservative leader.”

Will there be a second General election in 2017? 2/7 No, 5/2 Yes

Chancellor on July 1st 2017: 4/7 Philip Hammond, 7/4 Amber Rudd, 12/1 Chris Grayling, 14/1 Greg Clark, 16/1 Sajid Javid

In what year will the UK leave the EU:  12/1 2018 or earlier, 4/6 2019, 5/4 2020 or later

Next Permanent Conservative Leader: 6/4 Boris Johnson, 3/1 David Davis, 4/1 Ruth Davidson, 7/1 Amber Rudd, 14/1 Sajid Javid, 16/1 Philip Hammond, 25/1 Justine Greening, 25/1 Liz Truss, 33/1 Bar