The arrest of Lord Levy could well be the final nail in Tony Blair's Prime Ministership say bookmakers William Hill who have slashed the price about Tony Blair leaving office in 2006 from 11/4 to 2/1 . Hills have also cut the price of a Conservative victory at the next General Election from 8/11 to 4/6 pushing Labour out from Even money to 11/10. "They don't call him Teflon Tony for nothing but the latest scandal could well be the final straw for Labour supporters who must be close to losing their patience", said Hill's spokesman Rupert Adams adding: "At this moment it is another week, another scandal and as a result we make the Conservatives firm favourites to win most seats at the next General Election".
TONY BLAIR SPECIALS Year in which Tony Blair leaves Office of Prime Minister: 11/10 - 2007, 2/1 - 2006, 3/1 - 2008, 9/1 - 2009, 20/1 2010 or beyond.
Tony Blair to beat Margaret Thatcher's tenure as Prime Minister: 1/20 No, 8/1 Yes.
MOST SEATS AT THE NEXT GENERAL ELECTION: 4/6 Conservatives, 11/10 Labour, 80/1 Lib Dems.
NEXT LABOUR LEADER: 1/4 Gordon Brown, 6/1 Alan Johnson, 8/1 David Miliband, 12/1 John Reid, 20/1 Alan Milburn, 33/1 Margaret Beckett, 33/1 Jack Straw, 40/1 Des Browne, 50/1 Peter Hain, 50/1 Hazel Blears, 66/1 Hilary Benn, 66/1 Charles Clarke, 66/1 Geoff Hoon, 80/1 John Prescott.