Cameron closing in on favouritism in Next MP to leave market

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Time is ticking for David Cameron according to Ladbrokes.

The bookies have had to slash the odds him of being the next MP to leave Cabinet to 6/1 overnight – making him the joint second favourite minister to leave Cabinet next.

Only Chris Huhne appears to have more chance of leaving before him at 2/1 and it’s 3/1 that Cameron isn’t around at the next General Election (1/5 he is).

There’s also been a shake up in the next Metropolitan Police Commissioner market as Bernard Hogan-Howe is backed for the job (now 3/1 joint favourite).

Alex Donohue of Ladbrokes said: “It’s one way traffic for Cameron. The money has spoken and his price of leaving his shortening by the hour.”

he added: “Hogan-Howe is all the rage in the Met chief market.”

Ladbrokes latest betting

Rebekah Brooks to say the word ‘Sorry’ in front of the committee on Tuesday
Yes – 1/5
No – 3/1

Parliament to be recalled before the 6th of September – 10/1

Next Permanent Metropolitan Police Commissioner
Sara Thornton – 3/1
Bernard Hogan-Howe – 3/1
Sir Hugh Orde – 5/1
Tim Godwin – 5/1
Steve House – 8/1
Cressida Dick – 8/1
Peter Fahy – 10/1
Sue Akers – 12/1
Stephen Otter – 12/1
Lynne Owens – 14/1
Mike Fuller – 14/1
Brian Paddick – 100/1

Next Cabinet Member to leave
Dead Heat Rules apply if more than one leave on same day
Chris Huhne – 2/1
Andrew Lansley – 6/1
David Cameron – 6/1
Kenneth Clarke – 8/1
Vince Cable – 10/1
Cheryl Gillan – 10/1

14/1 bar

David Cameron to be leader at next General Election – 1/5
David Cameron not to be leader at next General Election – 3/1

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