The end may be nigh for Theresa May, as members of the Tory party continue to squabble over Brexit.
So we’ve cut her odds from 5/1 to 15/8 to lose a vote of no confidence this year, following accusations that she is ‘losing control of the Brexit process’.
And leading Eurosceptic Jacob Rees-Mogg – who has been vociferous in his criticism of May this week – appears to be waiting in the shadows to take over, as the 4/1 favourite to succeed her.
In Davos, the Chancellor Philip Hammond used his speech to call for a soft Brexit, which has seen the odds of no deal to be made before March 2019 cut into 7/4.
Spokesman Paddy Power said: “Politicians falling out amongst themselves again, hey. Who would have thought it?
“It’s all kicked off in Davos, though, and it looks as though Graham Brady could soon be on the receiving end of 48 angry letters.”
THERESA MAY SPECIALS
6/4 Odds for May to be gone before the end of the year
7/4 No Brexit deal before the end of April 2019
15/8 May to lose a vote of confidence in 2018
4/1 Jacob Rees-Mogg to be next Conservative leader
10/1 May to be gone before the end of February