Boris Johnson to be suspended as MP? Former PM is odds-on to be suspended as MP over Partygate scandal
Boris Johnson is odds-on to be found to have misled Parliament over the Partygate scandal and be suspended from Parliament after his live TV grilling today, according to odds via BettingSites.co.uk.
The former Prime Minister will face further accusations today that he misled Parliament by attending rule-breaking lockdown parties while leading the country through the Covid pandemic.
As MPs prepare to release further documents ahead of a crucial live TV hearing this afternoon, Johnson is 4/6 to be suspended as an MP following the findings and 4/7 to no longer be an MP after the next election – potentially ending his chances of re-running for Prime Minister.
He is still a 7/1 to be next in Downing Street after Rishi Sunak, however, Kemi Badenoch leads the line to be next Tory leader at 3/1, compared to BoJo at 6/1.
Boris Johnson Special odds via BettingSites.co.uk
Will Boris Johnson be found to have intentionally misled parliament?
Will Boris Johnson be suspended from Parliament?
Will Boris Johnson still be an MP after the next general election?
Next Prime Minister after Rishi Sunak
Keir Starmer 1/3
Boris Johnson 7/1
Kemi Badenoch 12/1
Jeremy Hunt 16/1
Penny Mordaunt 22/1
Ben Wallace 33/1
Andy Burnham 50/1
Next Conservative Leader after Rishi Sunak
Kemi Badenoch 3/1
Boris Johnson 6/1
Penny Mordaunt 7/1
Suella Braverman 15/2
Ben Wallace 9/1
Jeremy Hunt 11/1
James Cleverly 14/1
Tom Tugendhat 25/1
Steve Barclay 33/1
Michael Gove 33/1
Grant Shapps 33/1
Dominic Raab 40/1
Johnny Mercer 50/1
Tobias Ellwood 50/1
Matt Hancock 66/1
Andrea Leadsom 100/1
Liam Solomon, PR manager at BettingSites.co.uk said: “Today is one of the most pivotal days in Boris Johnson’s political career with MPs set to grill the former Prime Minister under oath live on TV.
“If proved true, this could be the end of the line in politics for the reportedly named Teflon Johnson with his plans to re-run for PM scuppered.
“He is currently a 4/6 shot to be suspended from Parliament following the findings and 4/7 to no longer be an MP after the next election. He still remains second favourite to be the UK’s next PM at 7/1 behind outright favourite Keir Starmer at 1/3.”