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Kent MPs - what are the odds on one of them replacing Theresa May as prime minister?

PUBLISHED: 09:10 06 October 2017 | UPDATED: 09:10 06 October 2017

That infamous speech may yet spell doom for Theresa May

That infamous speech may yet spell doom for Theresa May

As pressure grows, bookmakers have revealed who they think will become next Tory leader

Damian Green has been installed as one of the front runners to take over from Theresa May as leader of the Conservative Party - should she quit or face a leadership challenge.

Pressure has intensified on the prime minister following her farcical conference speech in Manchester earlier this week.

And that has led to the bookmakers reviewing their odds on who her replacment could be.

While the clear favourites are Boris Johnson, Brexit secretary David Davis, and the rising Jacob Rees-Mogg, a number of Kent MPs are seen as worth a long shot.

The highest Kent MP is Ashford’s Damian Green, the first secretary of state, who, according to Ladbrokes, is 25-1 to replace his colleague.

Just behind him is defence minister Michael Fallon. The Sevenoaks MP is at odds of 33-1.

Tunbridge Wells’ Greg Clark is further out at 50-1 - as is Tonbridge MP Tom Tugendhat.

Sports minister Tracey Crouch is at 100-1 - the same odds as Nigel Farage and David Cameron.

Ladbrokes put former Labour leader Tony Blair at 200-1.

Full list (courtesty of Ladbrokes)

Boris Johnson 4/1

David Davis 6/1

Jacob Rees-Mogg 7/1

Amber Rudd 10/1

Philip Hammond 10/1

Andrea Leadsom 16/1

Ruth Davidson 16/1

Dominic Raab 20/1

Priti Patel 20/1

Damian Green 25/1

Michael Gove 25/1

Sajid Javid 25/1

James Cleverly 33/1

Michael Fallon 33/1

David Lidington 50/1

George Freeman 50/1

Greg Clark 50/1

James Brokenshire 50/1

Jeremy Hunt 50/1

Johnny Mercer 50/1

Kwasi Kwarteng 50/1

Rory Stewart 50/1

Tom Tugendhat 50/1

Gavin Williamson 66/1

Justine Greening 66/1

Liam Fox 66/1

Rishi Sunak 66/1

Stephen Crabb 66/1

Steve Baker 66/1

David Gauke 80/1

Adam Afriyie 100/1

Alan Duncan 100/1

Alan Mak 100/1

Alun Cairns 100/1

Andrew Mitchell 100/1

Anna Soubry 100/1

Ben Bradley 100/1

Ben Gummer 100/1

Bernard Jenkins 100/1

Caroline Spelman 100/1

Chloe Smith 100/1

Chris Grayling 100/1

Claire Perry 100/1

Daniel Hannan 100/1

Dominic Grieve 100/1

Edward Vaizey 100/1

Ester McVey 100/1

Gavin Barwell 100/1

George Osborne 100/1

Graham Brady 100/1

Grant Shapps 100/1

Greg Hands 100/1

Heidi Allen 100/1

Iain Duncan Smith 100/1

Jesse Norman 100/1

Jo Johnson 100/1

Karen Bradley 100/1

Ken Clarke 100/1

Liz Truss 100/1

Lucy Frazer 100/1

Maria Miller 100/1

Mark Harper 100/1

Matthew Hancock 100/1

Nick Boles 100/1

Nick Herbert 100/1

Nicky Morgan 100/1

Nigel Farage 100/1

Nigel Huddleston 100/1

Owen Paterson 100/1

Patrick Mcloughlin 100/1

Penny Mordaunt 100/1

Philp Davies 100/1

Robert Halfon 100/1

Sam Gyimah 100/1

Sarah Wollaston 100/1

Seema Kennedy 100/1

Tobias Ellwood 100/1

Tracey Crouch 100/1

Victoria Atkins 100/1

Will Quince 100/1

Zac Goldsmith 100/1

David Cameron 200/1

Tony Blair 200/1

William Hague 200/1

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