From William Hill:
HAPPY ANNIVERSARY, MR BROWN - YOU'RE ON THE WAY OUT
BOOKMAKERS William Hill have cut the odds about Gordon Brown being out of office as Labour leader before the next General Election takes place, from 5/4 to 11/10 following the Henley by-election.
And Hills have also slashed the odds about him standing down before the end of this year to 3/1 from 5/1.
'Although Mr Brown is a slight odds on chance at 4/6 still to be leader when the General Election comes round we haven't taken a single bet of £100 or more for him to do so for months' said Hill's spokesman Graham Sharpe.
LABOUR are now 5/2 with William Hill to win the next General Election - the longest odds they have been since coming to power in 1997 - and Hills now make the Tories red hot favourites at 2/7 to win the next Election - their shortest odds since LOSING power. The Lib Dems are 100/1 outsiders.
Hills offer 5/1 that Labour WILL put up a candidate against David Davis at the forthcoming by-election.
YEAR OF GORDON BROWN DEPARTURE FROM PM OFFICE