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Liz Truss 4/1 to leave role as the Prime Minister next year after being confirmed as Boris Johnson’s successor

by LLB political Reporter
5th Sep 22 2:20 pm

After beating Rishi Sunak Liz Truss has been confirmed as Boris Johnson’s successor on Monday, she is 4/1 to leave her role as Tory leader next year, according to Betfair Exchange.

The former Foreign Secretary is 33/1 to go before the end of the year and odds-on to depart by 2024 or later, meanwhile, Johnson is 33/1 to serve in Truss’ cabinet, while Sunak is 100/1.

It is 4/1 for a General Election to take place next year as Labour have shorter odds (14/5) than the Tories (3/1) to win a majority.

Betfair Exchange: Year for Liz Truss to leave role as Tory leader

2022: 33/1

2023: 4/1

2024 or later: 1/7

Betfair Exchange: To serve in Liz Truss’ cabinet

Boris Johnson: 33/1

Rishi Sunak: 100/1

Betfair Exchange: Overall majority at next General Election 

No overall majority: Evens

Labour majority: 14/5

Conservative majority: 3/1

Betfair Exchange: Year of next General Election

2022: 16/1

2023: 4/1 (was 5/1 last week)

2024 or later: 1/3

Betfair spokesperson Sam Rosbottom said, “After being confirmed as the new Tory leader on Monday, Liz Truss is 4/1 to leave her role by the end of next year, while she is odds-on to go by 2024 or later.

“A General Election is 4/1 to take place next year as Labour are 14/5 to win a majority, while the Conservatives have slightly longer odds of 3/1 to stay in power. Truss succeeds Boris Johnson, who is 33/1 to serve in her cabinet.”

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