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Boris Johnson backed to be next Cabinet Minister to leave

| 18.09.2017

Boris Johnson’s new vision for Brexit has failed to really strike a chord with our punters.

After revealing his own outlook for Britain’s departure from the EU – just before the Prime Minister’s speech on the subject in Florence – punters believe it’s actually done more harm than good.

And BoJo’s odds of being the next Minister to leave have been backed into 4/1 joint-favouritism (from 8/1).

Johnson’s chance of becoming the next permanent leader of the Conservatives remains untouched at 8/1 in the betting.

David Davis stays put as the 7/2 front runner, followed by Tory man of the moment Jacob Rees-Mogg with odds of 6/1.

Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: “Political punters are backing Boris, but their money’s going on him to be out of a job rather than entering No.10 thanks to his latest vision on Brexit.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting: 

Next permanent leader of the Conservatives 

David Davis – 7/2
Jacob Rees-Mogg – 6/1
Boris Johnson – 8/1
Philip Hammond – 8/1
Amber Rudd – 10/1
Ruth Davidson – 20/1
Andrea Leadsom – 20/1
Michael Gove – 20/1
Damian Green – 20/1
Sajid Javid – 20/1
25/1 bar

Next Cabinet Minister to leave

Philip Hammond – 4/1
Boris Johnson – 4/1
Patrick Mcloughlin – 6/1
Theresa May – 7/1
Michael Gove – 12/1
Chris Grayling – 12/1
Justine Greening – 12/1
16/1 bar

Year of next General Election

2017 –7/1
2018 – 11/4
2019 – 5/2
2020 – 12/1
2021 – 12/1
2022+ – 3/1

Next General Election – Most Seats

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Richard Marsh

Richard loves his sport, especially if it involves the sound of tyres screaming around a race track. He's not fussy though and his '90s Premier League nostalgia and knowledge of team nicknames is tough to match.