Cameron safe, May on the way and Euro bailouts!
The money has dried up for the 33/1 that David Cameron will be out of a job by Monday morning and Hills have pushed out the price to 50/1. In fact, Hills are so confident that David Cameron's position as PM is safe they are offering 1/20 that he is still in his job on January 1st 2012. Meanwhile, Theresa May has been popular in the ‘Next Minister To Go' market after announcing the loss of thousands of police jobs and she is now 8/1 from 66/1.
"We believe that the focus has moved away from David Cameron, who if anything is in as strong a position as he has even been," said Hill's spokesman Rupert Adams.
Now that media and public focus is able to return to the Eurozone, Hills are 5/4 that Italy will be the next country to require an EU bail out with Spain 2/1 and Greece 6/1. "The Euro crisis is getting very serious and it is just a question of which country needs a bailout next," said Hill's spokesman Rupert Adams.
8/1 David Cameron To No Longer Be PM on 1st January 2012, 1/20 He Is
Next Cabinet Minister To Go: 7/4 Baroness Warsi, 3/1 Chris Huhne, 7/1 Vince Cable, 7/1 Kenneth Clarke, 8/1 Theresa May, 8/1 Andrew Lansley, 8/1 David Cameron, 16/1 Liam Fox, 16/1 Caroline Spelman, 20/1 William Hague, 33/1 Lord Strathclyde, 33/1 Michael Gove, 40/1 Eric Pickles, 40/1 Danny Alexander, 40/1 Philip Hammond, 50/1 Nick Clegg, 66/1 George Osborne.
Next Country To Receive An EU Bailout: 5/4 Italy, 2/1 Spain, 4/1 Greece, 4/1 Portugal, 4/1 Montenegro, 6/1 Cyprus, 7/1 Belgium, 10/1 Slovenia, 12/1 Slovakia, 12/1 Estonia, 20/1 Malta, 40/1 Holland, 50/1 Luxembourg, 66/1 Austria, 100/1 France, 150/1 Finland, 500/1 Germany