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Boris Johnson Exit Date Odds - Boris backed to step down or be replaced in 2021

  • Betting underway on when Boris Johnson will be replaced as Prime Minister
  • Bookmakers have slashed odds on Boris to be replaced in 2021
  • Chancellor Rishi Sunak favourite to replace the PM as the next Conservative Party leader
Boris Johnson exit date odds
Boris Johnson (Photo by HOLLIE ADAMS/AFP via Getty Images)
Boris Johnson is just 2/1 with Ladbrokes to be replaced as Prime Minister at any point in 2021.

With the PM seeing his approval rating collapse in the second half of 2020, bookies have seen plenty of punters placing bets on Mr Johnson’s departure date.

Ladbrokes make Rishi Sunak a 10/1 chance to replace Johnson as the Prime Minister before December 31st, 2021, while it's a 5/1 shot that Labour leader Keir Starmer also leaves his position before 2021 is over.

Ladbrokes spokesperson Jessica O'Reilly told FreeTips.com: "Johnson may have got a Brexit deal sorted at the eleventh hour, but he's still a short price to see his own exit from No.10 in 2021."

Who will be Prime Minister after Boris Johnson?

Betting on Boris’ departure date has, naturally, led to betting on the next Prime Minister, and at time of writing Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer is the bookmakers' favourite in the latest Next Prime Minister betting.

Sir Keir is a best price 2/1 with William Hill in their Next Prime Minister Betting market, ahead of Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak who is the 9/4 second favourite to be the next person in charge at 10 Downing Street, as well as the market leader in the latest Next Tory leader betting market.

Mr Sunak had been as big as 250/1 to be the next Prime Minister prior to becoming Chancellor in early 2020.

Jeremy Hunt has been well backed in the Next PM betting market, in from 20/1 back in September, to 12/1 at time of writing.

Latest Next Prime Minister Odds

Sir Keir Starmer2/1
Rishi Sunak9/4
Michael Gove13/2
Jeremy Hunt12/1
Source: William Hill. Odds correct as of December 29th, 2020.

Boris Johnson Exit Date FAQs

Who will replace Boris Johnson?

The Labour leader, Sir Keir Starmer, is the current favourite to replace Boris Johnson as Prime Minister, while the current Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, is currently favourite to replace Mr Johnson as leader of the Conservative Party.

Who is favourite to be the next UK Prime Minister?

Sir Keir Starmer is currently the bookmakers' favourite to be the next Prime Minister after being confirmed as the new leader of the Labour Party on April 4th, 2020. He is followed in the betting by the Chancellor, Riski Sunak.

Who is Boris Johnson?

Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson has served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Leader of the Conservative Party since 2019.

What is the real name of Boris Johnson?

Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson.

Did Boris Johnson have coronavirus?

It was announced that Johnson had tested positive for COVID-19 on March 27th, 2020. On April 5th he was admitted to St Thomas' Hospital in London for tests.

On April 6th, his condition having worsened, he was moved to the hospital's intensive care unit. Johnson left intensive care on April 9th and left hospital three days later to recuperate at Chequers before returning to Downing Street on April 26th.

Who deputised for Boris Johnson when he had coronavirus?

Dominic Raab was appointed to deputise for Boris Johnson after the Prime Minister tested positive for COVID-19 in Spring 2020.

Mr Johnson was admitted to hospital on April 5th 2020 and left on April 12th before returning to work on April 26th.

Who will be the next Conservative Party leader?

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, is the current favourite to replace Boris Johnson as the next Conservative leader.

When is the next General Election?

The next general election in the United Kingdom is scheduled to be held on Thursday, May 2nd 2024, in line with the Fixed-term Parliaments Act.


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