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Next Labour leader tracker: Who is the favourite to replace Jeremy Corbyn?

Next Labour leader tracker: Who is the favourite to replace Jeremy Corbyn?

Track the progress of each candidate ahead of the leadership contest

With Jeremy Corbyn stepping down as Labour leader, candidates throughout the party are set to step up and hit the campaign trial to replace him.

But who is the favourite to take over from Corbyn? Who is the biggest market mover? Is there an outside shot that’s been well supported in the betting?

Luckily, Oddschecker have taken a look at the historical odds since the 2019 general election was called.

Each candidates’ odds represent the best price they were on any given day.

 

Keir Starmer has been the favourite for the majority of the Labour leadership race, and currently leads the market as 3/5 favourite.

Rebecca Long-Bailey has maintained the second-favourite spot for the entirety of 2020, currently priced at 5/1 to replace Corbyn.

Lisa Nandy comes next and is a market mover, having her odds cut from 25/1 into 6/1 best price with a number of UK firms.

Jess Philips is in the running, although is off the pace at 16/1 currently in the market.

Barry Gardner is another big market mover after disclosing that he could run in the leadership election, being cut from 250/1 into 33/1.

Clive Lewis rounds off the rest of the chasing pack, but has just a 1% implied chance of winning at 100/1.