Cameron to be gone by Sunday?
Bookmakers William Hill are offering odds of 16/1 about 'under pressure' PM David Cameron being out of office by this weekend in what looks like becoming one of the most turbulent weeks ever in British politics.
With no clear successor for the position, Hills currently make Boris Johnson the 4/1 favourite to succeed David Cameron as the next leader of the Conservative Party while George Osborne is the 6/1 second favourite for the post.
"The phone hacking scandal has already collected a number of high profile scalps and the odds suggest that it could just grab the biggest scalp of all - PM, David Cameron's", said Hill's spokesman Rupert Adams.
16/1 Cameron to be out of office by midnight 24th July, 2011
Next Cabinet Minister To Go: 5/2 Chris Huhne, 5/1 Vince Cable, 6/1 Andrew Lansley, 6/1 Kenneth Clarke, 10/1 David Cameron, 16/1 Liam Fox,
16/1 Caroline Spelman, 20/1 William Hague, 25/1 Baroness Warsi, 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.
David Cameron's Permanent Successor As Conservative Party Leader: 4/1 Boris Johnson, 6/1 George Osborne, 6/1 William Hague, 9/1 Rory Stewart, 10/1 Michael Gove, 14/1 Liam Fox, 16/1 Theresa May, 20/1 Greg Clark, 20/1 Dominic Grieve, 20/1 David Davis, 20/1 Jeremy Hunt, 25/1 Chris Grayling, 25/1 Ed Vaizey, 25/1 Phillip, Hammond, 25/1 Theresa Villiers, 28/1 Nick Herbert, 33/1 Andrew Lansley, 33/1 Kenneth Clarke, 33/1 Maria Miller, 40/1 Alan Duncan, 40/1 Andrew Mitchell, 40/1 Justine Greening, 50/1 Malcom Rifkind, 50/1 Oliver Letwin, 50/1 Peter Ainsworth, 66/1 David Willetts, 80/1 Francis Maude, 100/1 Caroline Spelman.