Since his assignment, Boris Johnson has not had much success as the UK Prime Minister. A lack of actions from his side brought up lots of talks about the No Confidence voting.
Many Parliament members have expressed doubts in Johnson’s proper handling of Brexit. The No Confidence voting is likely to take place now as many of the top online bookmakers have slashed their odds. It could be the second No Confidence voting forced by this Parliament recently, with former PM Theresa May surviving the previous one. Bookmaker Betfair
heavily favours the happening of it, with the odds of 1.14 (1/7) for “Yes” and 4.33 (10/3) for “No” options.
Despite the possible resignment, Johnson shows great confidence in his cabinet and its handling of Brexit, as well as showing no intentions of early departure. No Deal Brexit is now less evident according to the odds offered by Betfred
. The bookmaker prices a No Deal “No” option at 1.57 (4/7) and “Yes” one - at 2.38 (11/8).
Come back for the further update.