Odds slashed on Boris Johnson becoming Prime Minister next month

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In the latest twist to this snap General Election, Boris Johnson’s odds on becoming Prime Minister have been slashed.

The Foreign Secretary, who ruled himself out of the running to succeed David Cameron last summer, had been a 100/1 shot to become Prime Minister on July 1.

But today those odds have tumbled into just 25/1.

Matthew Shaddick, Head of Political Betting at Ladbrokes, said: “Perhaps the most interesting market to watch over the past couple days is the odds of Boris Johnson being Prime Minister on 1 July.

The Foreign Secretary has become more visible in recent days and his odds have dropped from 100/1 to 25/1.”

“Ahead of another set of interviews this evening, we’re not expecting significant movements in the odds. However, we are offering 33/1 on Theresa May not showing up.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

2017 General Election

Most Seats

Conservative – 1/10

Labour – 6/1

500/1 – bar

Overall Majority

Conservative – 1/4

No overall majority – 9/2

Labour – 10/1

500/1 – bar

PM on 1st July 2017

Theresa May – 2/9

Jeremy Corbyn – 7/2

Boris Johnson – 25/1

Turnout

Under 55% – 20/1

55-60% – 7/2

60-65% – 6/4

65-70% – 5/2

Over 70% – 6/1

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing

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