Tories Love Labour’s Loss: Odds Drift After Resignations
The resignations of seven Labour MPs on Monday morning may have damaged the Party’s hopes of winning the next General Election, whenever it may be, however, the odds suggest it is water off a duck’s back for Jeremy Corbyn. The Labour Leader is 1/25 with William Hill to lead his party into the next General Election, however Labour’s odds of bagging victory have drifted.
They are 11/4 from 9/4 to win by a majority while the Conservative’s odds of winning the most seats have been cut from 10/11 to 4/5.
“It would seem as though Jeremy Corbyn will dig his heels in until at least the next General Election however, he needs to get his house in order soon as Labour’s chances of winning power any time soon are drifting with him at the helm,” said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly.
Next permanent Labour leader after Jeremy Corbyn: 5/1 Emily Thornberry; 8/1 Angela Rayner; 10/1 Keir Starmer; 12/1 John McDonnell; 14/1 Rebecca Long-Bailey; 14/1 Yvette Cooper; 16/1 Lisa Nandy; 20/1 Clive Lewis; 25/1 David Miliband; 25/1 Laura Pidcock; 25/1 Sadiq Khan; 25/1 Tom Watson; 33/1 BAR
When will Jeremy Corby leave the post of Labour leader: 2/1 2019; 7/2 2020; 4/5 2021 or later
Will Jeremy Corbyn be Labour leader at the next General Election: 1/25 yes; 10/1 no
Year of next General Election: 6/5 2019; 9/2 2020; 6/1 2021; 15/8 2022 or later
Most seats in the next General Election: 4/5 Conservatives; 1/1 Labour; 50/1 Brexit Party; 80/1 Liberal Democrats; 100/1 UKIP; 500/1 Greens; 500/1 Renew Britain
Next General Election result: 10/11 no overall majority; 2/1 Conservative majority; 11/4 Labour majority; 16/1 any other party majority; 50/1 Liberal Democrat majority; 80/1 UKIP majority