Next Prime Minister Odds: Keir Starmer backed into odds on following Labour Conference

Next Prime Minister Odds: Keir Starmer backed into odds on following Labour Conference

Labour Party leader Sir Keir Starmer Starmer is best price 7/8 to succeed Liz Truss in the next Prime Minister odds market.

The 60-year-old (7/8 for next PM) spoke today to Labour party members at a conference in Liverpool, where he drew up his plans to take on the Conservative government.  

Bookmakers are predicting Labour to come out of the next general election with the most seats, with 3/4 the best price available for this to happen. 


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The Conservatives have drifted out from 1/1 to a best price of 20/13 available with one bookmaker, while some firms still have the Tories odds-on for most seats.

As for the result of the next General Election, our bookmakers have a Labour Majority the most likely outcome at 5/2, with a Conservative majority second favourite at 7/2.  

The shortest coalition odds are currently Labour/Lib Dem coalition at 7/1, after Keir Starmer told the Labour Conference that themselves and the SNP would not join forces “under any circumstances”.  

A Labour minority government currently sits at a best price of 11/2 with a couple of bookmakers, compared to odds of 9/5 with another.  

Recently resigned Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, is the second favourite in the market to become next Prime Minister at odds of 7/1 with a couple of bookmakers (11/1 best price).