Friday, 27 June 2008

Gordon Brown now only 3/1 to be gone by year's end.

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.

WILLIAM HILL:
YEAR OF GORDON BROWN DEPARTURE FROM PM OFFICE

2008 3/1
2009 5/2
2010 5/4
2011 33/1
2012 50/1
2013 50/1
2014 20/1
2015 20/1
2016 20/1
2017 16/1

David Davis for freedom

2 comments:

Lord James Bigglesworth said...

We can only hope. By the way, how are things on the family front?

Daily Referendum said...

All good at the moment cheers James. Little Freddie is smiling all the time which tends to make the world a little brighter. He's 12 weeks old now.