David Cameron Next Conservative Leader Odds After Cabinet Appointment
In this post, we take a look at the David Cameron next Conservative Leader odds after he was appointed as the UK’s new Foreign Secretary.
David Cameron Next Conservative Leader Odds
David Cameron is 16/1 to become the next Conservative Pary Leader following his appointment to the role of UK Foreign Secretary by Prime Minister Rishi Sunak. Those odds of 16/1 imply that David Cameron has a 5.9% chance of becoming the next Conservative Leader.
There’s rarely a dull moment in British politics and that has never been more true than in recent years with constant scandals and turnover amongst the government ranks.
The latest big news around Westminster is that former UK Prime Minister David Cameron is making a return to government after Rishi Sunak chose him to become the new Foreign Secretary. The move came as part of a reshuffle which saw Home Secretary Suella Braverman sacked after she made controversial comments relating to the policing of pro-Palestine protests in London at the weekend.
The move to appoint Cameron as Foreign Secretary has certainly raised a few eyebrows with many speculating that a return as Conservative Party Leader could be on the cards for Cameron down the line.
David Cameron previously served as the Prime Minister of the UK from 2010 to 2016. Prior to becoming the Prime Minister, Cameron assumed the role of Conservative Party Leader in 2005. Now 18 years later there is a possibility that he returns to that role.
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David Cameron Next UK Prime Minister Odds
David Cameron is 25/1 in the betting to become the next UK Prime Minister. Those odds suggest that David Cameron has a 3.8% chance of becoming the next Prime Minister of the UK.
Perhaps Cameron’s biggest political success came in 2015 when his Conservative Party secured a majority in the 2015 UK General Election. The result came as a surprise to political commentators who had suggested that the race between the Tories and Labour was too close to call.
As part of Cameron’s Election manifesto, he promised a referendum on Britain’s status as an EU member state. He delivered on this promise by setting a date for the referendum shortly after the election victory and thus the great ‘Brexit’ debate began.
Cameron campaigned for Britain to remain as part of the European Union. Of course, the British electorate voted in favour of Brexit, a campaign that was led by Nigel Farage who is now one of the favourites to win I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 2023.
The British electorate’s vote in favour of Brexit led to Cameron resigning from his post as UK Prime Minister as he believed he had lost his mandate to govern.
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