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UK General Election - Latest Odds

We take a look at the latest odds on the next UK General Election
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Christmas songs, presents and now an election. December is shaping up to be a key month for the United Kingdom's future. It looks like a general election will be called for December 12th.

Prime minster Boris Johnson's Conservative Party are current favorites with the books but Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will be hoping that his party can seize power. The Tories have been in power for nine years having succeeded Labour in 2010. 

The election will be heavily framed by Brexit, the debate focused around Britain leaving the European Union, something which has overshadowed British politics for the past three years. With an impasse in delivering Brexit it will be hoped that this election can help find a solution to that battleground and allow the country to move on.

This blog will continue to monitor the British election and continually update the odds, giving you the best analysis on what's happening on the other side of the pond.

UK General Election - Most Seats Betting Odds

Conservative1/20 (-2000)
Labour14/1 (+1400)
Liberal Democrats500/1 (+50000)
The Brexit Party500/1 (+50000)
Green Party1000/1 (+100000)

UK General Election - Overall Majority Betting Odds

Conservative Majority1/3 (-300)
No Overall Majority3/1 (+300)
Labour Majority33/1 (+3300)
Any Other Party Majority300/1 (+3000)

UK General Election - Government After Election Betting Odds

Conservative Majority1/3 (-300)
No Overall Majority3/1 (+300)
Labour Minority7/1 (+700)
Conservative Minority14/1 (+1400)
Labour Majority28/1 (+2800)

All based on UK odds as of 10/12/2019. 

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By Pete Watt, Oddschecker's International PR


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