With Brexit negotiations stalling and memories of the General Election still fresh, the knives are out for May, with former Tory chairman Grant Shapps announcing on Friday that he has a list of 30 MPs who wish to see the PM replaced.
Both bookies offer 2/1 on her leaving her post in 2018 or 3/1 in 2019 – the year the UK is due to leave the European Union. She’s now 6/1 to make it to 2020, such is her weakened state.
Champion schemer Boris Johnson is the 9/2 favourite with William Hill to be May’s successor, with David Davis the 6/1 second favourite and Jacob Rees-Mogg at 8/1 with Bet365. Current Home Secretary Amber Rudd is also at 8/1 with Betfred, with Chancellor Phillip Hammond a 14/1 chance with several firms.