I wouldn't bet on it.
Conservative Home today reports speculation over the deselection of Bercow and Patrick Mercer, his fellow Tory Brown adviser. That follows a Daily Mail article talking about "Grassroots fury" at the two.
Conservative Home reckon that pressure on the two is not massive, particularly in Bercow's case. But, we have already had Iain Dale having to hold his swear words about the two. And there have been a cascade of (admittedly, not uniformly) critical comments on Conservative Home about the two. Some of those comments are included for your delectation at the bottom of this post.
I don't often receive comments on my blog from named Conservatives. Simon Icke of Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire (in John Bercow's constituency) was kind enough to leave a very fulsome comment here. He obviously feels very strongly that Bercow should be replaced. The gist of it is summed up by this passage:
In my opinion John Bercow is not a man of conviction or has any real principles, nor, is he a man that shows loyalty to the Conservative Party or it's leaders, he is merely an opportunist MP that blows with every favourable wind, if that wind is a trendy left wing liberal wind, all the better.
Mr Icke goes on to say:
...is the only way to remove him as the MP for Buckingham to have a real conservative; someone with traditional conservative values and ideology, stand against him at the next election as an Independent Conservative?
Strong stuff. Here is that equally strong stuff from Conservative Home commenters: