Clarke in the dock again – Huntsman slashed to be President

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Ken Clarke has once again been backed to leave Cabinet according to Ladbrokes.

Political betting experts have decided his time is up and the money is mounting on a swift exit.

He’s now 6/1 (from 10/1) to be the next out with Chris Huhne easing to 5/4 (from even money) in response.

John Huntsman’s odds of becoming president have been slashed from 200/1 into 14/1 as he mounts his campaign. He’s also 6/1 (from 66/1) to be the Republican nominee.

Alex Donohue of Ladbrokes said: “The vultures are circling around Clarke. Punters are all over him to leave and with Huhne slipping off the radar he could be the favuorite to go soon.”

he added: “There was shrewd money for Huntsman at a massive price. His odds have now tumbled and we’re watching his progress closely.”

Ladbrokes latest betting

Next cabinet member to leave
Dead Heat Rules apply if more than one leave on same day
Chris Huhne – 5/4
Andrew Lansley – 5/1
Kenneth Clarke – 6/1
Vince Cable – 10/1
Cheryl Gillan – 10/1
Liam Fox – 14/1
Caroline Spelman – 16/1
Baroness Warsi – 16/1

US Presidential Election
Barack Obama – 1/2
Mitt Romney – 6/1
Tim Pawlenty – 12/1
Jon Huntsman – 14/1
Rick Perry – 16/1
Sarah Palin – 25/1
Michele Bachmann – 25/1

Republican nominee
Mitt Romney – 6/4
Tim Pawlenty – 4/1
Jon Huntsman – 6/1
Rick Perry – 6/1
Michele Bachmann – 8/1
Sarah Palin – 10/1

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Robbie Morris

Robbie studied sports journalism at the University of Gloucestershire, an establishment chosen for its proximity to Cheltenham racecourse, where he was a season ticket holder. Upon graduation, Robbie was a contributor to GolfPunk, a national magazine aimed at ridding golf of its traditionalist image, before joining the news.ladbrokes team.