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General Election betting - bets 'continue to flood in for Labour' says bookmaker


Jeremy Corbyn

Ladbrokes have been forced to cut Labour's odds to win the Most Seats at tomorrow's General Election to 5/1 - in from 25/1 last month.

Ladbrokes at the weekend cut Labour into 5/1 for Most Seats at the General Election, reporting plenty of support from political punters.

The bookmaker said momentum remains firmly in the red camp, and the bets coming in for the Labour party are showing no sign of slowing down, with the latest Election odds giving them their biggest chance yet of winning on Thursday.

The move consequently sees the Conservatives drift out to 1/8 (from 1/16).

Theresa May remains the favourite to be Prime MInister on July 1st at 1/4, however Boris Johnson is continuing to be backed by punters and is now chalked up at 25/1 with the firm.

Ladbrokes spokesperson Jessica Bridge told BetOnPolitics.co.uk: "Neither leader performed particularly bad or good during Friday night's final debate, however, bets continue to flood in for Labour and whilst their odds have contracted to their shortest price yet, it still only represents a 17% chance of pulling off a shock victory."

Latest General Election betting odds from Ladbrokes:

Most Seats
Conservatives  1/8
Labour 5/1

Most Votes
Conservatives  1/5
Labour  10/3

Majority
Conservatives  1/4
No Maj 9/2
Labour  10/1

PM on July 1st
May 1/4
Corbyn 7/2
Johnson 25/1

Odds correct at time of writing


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