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Stuart Dalgleish 19th Jul 2011 - 16:21

Sir Hugh Orde new fav to be top cop!

William Hill have slashed the price of Sir Hugh Orde from 4/1 to 6/4 to be named as the next permanent Met Commissioner.

As a result he becomes the new favourite, with Sara Thornton 5/2 and Bernard Hogan-Howe a 3/1 shot. Meanwhile, the price of David Cameron resigning before midnight Sunday 24th July has stabilized at 16/1 as revelations involving the Prime Minister seem to have dried up.

"Many believe that Sir Hugh Orde was unlucky not to get the job last time round and they are certainly backing him like a winner this time," said Hill's spokesman Rupert Adams.

Who Will Be Next Pernanemt Met Police Commissioner: 6/4 Sir Hugh Orde, 5/2 Sara Thornton, 3/1 Bernard Hogan-Howe, 7/2 Tim Godwin, 9/2 Cressida Dick, 7/1 Ian McPherson, 12/1 Chris Allison, 12/1 Lynne Owens, 12/1 Peter Fahy, 16/1 Stephen House, 20/1 Sir Norman Bettison

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.

3/1 Cameron to be serving PM on the day of the next General election, 2/9 No

16/1 Cameron to be out of office by midnight 24th July, 2011



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