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General Election odds: Conservatives remain odds-on favourites but Labour closing gap ahead of Election Day


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With just hours left until the United Kingdom takes to the polls, the Conservatives remain odds-on favourites with bookmakers to win the most seats at Thursday's General Election.

However, Labour's General Election odds continue to be trimmed by bookmakers ahead of polling day.

William Hill on Wednesday were forced to cut their odds of the Conservatives bagging the most seats after taking a £200,000 wager at odds of 1/10 on Wednesday morning.

It is now 1/12 that they do so, with Labour 6/1.

The six-figure wager was placed in a shop in South London and was paid for by banker’s draft.

William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly told BetOnPolitics.co.uk on Wednesday: “With less than 24 hours until voting starts, we have seen our first six figure General Election bid and it is highly likely the floodgates will open now.

"All of the bigger wagers we have taken so far on the Election have been for the Tories with a £70,000 on them winning at 1/7 the biggest bet on the outright market.”

Latest General Election betting from William Hill:

General Election winner: 2/9 Conservatives; 4/1 no overall majority; 10/1 Labour; 250/1 Liberal Democrats; 500/1 UKIP

Most seats: 1/12 Conservative; 6/1 Labour; 500/1 Liberal Democrats; 1000/1 Greens; 1000/1 UKIP

Odds correct at time of writing


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General Election odds: Conservatives remain odds-on favourites but Labour closing gap ahead of Election Day

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