Ladbrokes put Boris Johnson at the top, with Dominic Raab second. The top four candidates were all Leave supporters, with Remain backers Jeremy Hunt, Matt Hancock and Sajid Javid further behind.
The remaining members of the Conservative Party all get odds of between 100/1 and 200/1 – except for Chris Grayling, who is a rank outsider at 500/1 (no surprise there then).
Boris Johnson – 5/4 Dominic Raab – 4/1 Andrea Leadsom – 10/1 Michael Gove – 10/1 Jeremy Hunt – 12/1 Penny Mordaunt – 20/1 Sajid Javid – 20/1 Rory Stewart – 25/1 James Cleverly – 33/1 Matthew Hancock – 33/1 Esther McVey – 50/1 Jacob Rees-Mogg – 50/1 Liz Truss – 50/1 Priti Patel – 50/1 Steve Baker – 50/1 Amber Rudd – 66/1
Paddy Power similarly have Mr Johnson as the most likely candidate by far, with Mr Raab a close second. Mr Gove, Mr Hunt and Ms Leadsom form the second tier, with Ms Morduant, Mr Stewart and Mr Javid behind them.
Boris Johnson – 6/4 Dominic Raab – 4/1 Michael Gove – 11/1 Jeremy Hunt – 12/1 Andrea Leadsom – 12/1 Penny Mordaunt – 20/1 Rory Stewart – 20/1 Sajid Javid – 22/1
Betfred are similarly bullish on Mr Johnson and Mr Raab’s chances, but they are also positive on Mr Gove, who has shorter odds than the rest of the field.
Boris Johnson – 5/4 Dominic Raab – 4/1 Michael Gove – 9/1 Jeremy Hunt – 14/1 Andrea Leadsom – 14/1 Penny Mordaunt – 22/1 Rory Stewart – 22/1 Sajid Javid – 25/1
In my opinion, they are all as bad as each other, but my choice would be Sajid Javid. I can't stand Boris or Michael Gove. But, as I said on the Brexit thread, I doubt anyone will sort it out quickly, if at all.
Now Dianne is a seriously worrying prospect Mr Moody - that Tom Watson who supported Nick the paedo is also out. One paper hinted that bacon butty man was angling to return too. There isn't any party with a star that outshines all the others is there?