May 11-4 to still be Tory leader at next election
Boris Johnson leads race to succeed her
Theresa May's top aides Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill have resigned and bookmakers think the Conservative leader's future is gloomy.
May is still in Downing Street despite failing to win a majority in Thursday's general election and after her chief strategists fell on their swords, she is an 11-4 chance with Paddy Power to lead her team into the next general election. The firm go 1-5 that she will be replaced before the next national poll.
By contrast, Paddy Power make Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn 2-9 to still be in charge at the next election and 11-4 to have gone by then.
With doubts over the effectiveness and wisdom of the Conservatives' proposed link-up with Northern Irish party the Democratic Unionists, the Tory leadership market is in the spotlight with Boris Johnson the 9-4 favourite.
The foreign secretary's bid to succeed David Cameron in 2016 never really got off the ground and he was easy to back on Saturday with rivals David Davis (5-1), Amber Rudd (7-1) and in particular Ruth Davidson (6-1) more popular.
Among the outsiders who have been shortened by some firms are 50-1 shots Jesse Norman and Dominic Raab and 100-1 Zac Goldsmith.
Don't miss Matthew Engel's verdict on the latest political markets online from 8pm Sunday