General Election Short Odds Amid Brexit Shambles
Year Of Next UK Election
Punters have been keen to get behind a General Election happening in the UK next year after Britain and the EU failed to reach an agreement to progress to the second phase of Brexit negotiations this week.
The lack of an agreement in Monday’s crunch talks in Brussels has got political commentators debating as to what will happen next and…
the odds of the UK going to the polls again next year have tumbled into 5/4 from 15/8 overnight as Theresa May’s authority looks increasingly fragile.
There has also been support for a second referendum on the UK’s EU membership before 2019, seeing it backed from 12/1 into 8/1. You can now get 13/2 about Brexit not going through at all before 2025.
Jeremy Corbyn was quick to criticise the Government as Brexit negotiations stuttered and he is now the 7/2 favourite to be next the Prime Minister as General Election talk gathers pace.
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