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Odds slashed on Tom Tugendhat to succeed Boris Johnson and Ben Wallace still remains the favourite

by LLB political Reporter
8th Jul 22 10:18 am

Odds on Tom Tugendhat to replace Boris Johnson have been slashed to 8/1 from 24/1 since announcing he’ll run for leadership of the Conservative party.

The Defence Secretary Ben Wallace is the 7/2 favourite to be the next Tory leader, with Rishi Sunak 11/2 and Penny Mordaunt 6/1.

Meanwhile, August is Evens for the month a new Prime Minister will be in place, with September 2/1 and July 3/1.

Betfair Exchange: Next Conservative leader after Boris Johnson

Ben Wallace: 7/2

Rishi Sunak: 11/2

Penny Mordaunt: 6/1

Tom Tugendhat: 8/1 (was 24/1 yesterday)

Nadhim Zahawi: 10/1

Liz Truss: 11/1

Sajid Javid: 13/1

Jeremy Hunt: 15/1

Betfair Exchange: The month a new Prime Minister will be in place

August: Evens

September: 2/1

July: 3/1

October or later: 10/1

Betfair Exchange: Overall majority at next General Election

No Overall Majority: 4/5

Conservative Majority: 11/4

Labour Majority: 6/5

Betfair Exchange: Year of next General Election

2022: 12/1

2023: 4/1

2024 or later: 4/11

Betfair spokesperson Sam Rosbottom said, “Since announcing he’ll run to be the new Conservative leader, odds on Tom Tugendhat to replace Boris Johnson have been slashed to 8/1 from 24/1 overnight.

“Ben Wallace is the 7/2 frontrunner to move into No.10, with Rishi Sunak 11/2 and Penny Mordaunt 6/1. Meanwhile, it is Evens for August to be the month a new Prime Minister is in place in Downing Street.”

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