No Deal Brexit Now Red Hot As Odds Slashed Further

The odds on a no deal Brexit to be reached before April 2019 have shortened into 8/15 from 4/7 after fresh support poured in.

London Mayor Sadiq Khan has recently called for a second EU referendum stating that the UK, which is due to leave the EU in six months, is faced with either a ‘bad deal’ or ‘no deal’.

A second Brexit referendum in the UK before 2019 remains priced at 2/1 as it appears punters are siding with a no deal result.

In a recent interview marking six months to Brexit, British Prime Minister Theresa May criticised Boris Johnson for comparing her plan to a ‘suicide vest’ and expressed she has become ‘irritated’ by debates about her leadership.

Support has grown for May to remain as PM once the UK leaves the EU as her odds strengthened into 1/2 from their previous 4/6 after she suffered a drift just days ago.

Boris Johnson is now a clear 3/1 favourite to be the next leader of the Conservative Party following a steady influx of bets on Friday. The former Foreign Secretary’s odds had already been cut into 9/2 from 6/1 after he publicly denounced May’s Brexit plans.

*Prices correct at time of publication.