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Theresa Set To Win Confidence Vote + Dominic Raab Now Favourite To Replace

The latest odds from William Hill suggest that should there be a Confidence vote in the Prime Minister, Theresa May will come out on top at 2/5. As a result Hills have reopened their betting on the year she leaves office and 2018 has drifted from 1/3 to 7/4.

“The market is very volatile but the odds have done a complete U-turn and now suggest that Theresa May could well weather the storm,” said William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams.

Dominic Raab has now become the 9/2 favourite to become the next leader of the Conservative party, just ahead of Boris Johnson who is 5/1.

Theresa May To Win 2018 Vote Of Confidence*: 2/5 Yes, 7/4 No

Year Theresa May Leaves Office As PM: 7/4 2018, 5/4 2019, 10/1 2020, 16/1 2021, 7/2 2022 or later

Next Permanent Conservative Leader After Theresa May: 9/2 Dominic Raab, 5/1 Boris Johnson, 6/1 David Davis, 6/1 Jacob Rees-Mogg, 6/1 Sajid Javid, 8/1 Jeremy Hunt, 8/1 Michael Gove, 9/1 Penny Mordaunt, 12/1 Andrea Leadsom, 16/1 Amber Rudd, 20/1 Bar

Total Names on Conservative Leadership Election First Ballot Paper: 8/11 Six or less, 1/1 Seven or more

*Bets Void If No Vote Takes Place

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