Rebecca Long-Bailey has drifted out from 2/1 to 9/4 after announcing that she is running for the Labour leadership. Keir Starmer is the 8/11 red hot favourite.
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William Hill can report a solid move for Kier Starmer this morning and he is now the red hot 4/9 favourite (from 4/7) to replace Jeremy Corbyn as the leader of the Labour party. Rebecca Long Bailey is the 7/2 second favourite, with Lisa Nandy 12/1. The big drifter is Yvette Cooper who has double in price from 8/1 to 16/1 as it looks increasingly unlikely that she will run.
In the last 48hrs William Hill has halved the price of Yvette Cooper becoming the next leader of the Labour party from 16/1 to 8/1. As a result Yvette Cooper is now the fourth favourite behind Keir Starmer (7/4), Rebecca Long-Bailey (9/4) and Lisa Nandy (6/1).
The Rebecca Long-Bailey/Angela Rayner ‘pact’ has caused a huge shake up in the betting for who will replace Jeremy Corbyn as the next Labour leader and Rebecca Long-Bailey has been slashed from 5/2 into 4/5 to get the job. Lisa Nandy is now the 3/1 second favourite with Keir Starmer 7/1 and Angela Rayner is 33/1 from 7/1.
William Hill can report that the Conservative momentum of the last week has hit the skids after a bad day in the office for Boris Johnson. As a result the price of a Conservative Majority has drifted from 1/4 to 3/10 and No Overall Majority is offered at 11/4.
The latest weather forecast for General Election day is wet and windy and William Hill are predicting that voter turnout will be low, as a result. Hills are offering 5/6 that less than 67% turnout. “Although not snow the forecast is truly terrible, which could well deter all but the hardiest of voters,” said William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams.
This time next week we will know the outcome of the General Election and at 2/5 the latest odds suggest that the Conservative party will be in Government with a Majority. The spread is currently that the Conservative Party will have 341 MP’s compared to 218 Labour MP’s. At 1/5 the Brexit Party have been heavily backed to fail to win a single seat.
William Hill expect an excellent result from the SNP on December 12th and make them favourite (6/4) to win between 45 & 49 seats at the General Election. As a result an SNP/Labour Coalition Government is offered at 16/1. Hills are also 33/1 that the SNP win all 59 Scottish seats.
Jeremy Corbyn has launched the Labour manifesto and the latest odds suggest that Labour could well lose a number of seats with the spread sitting at 203/204. Meanwhile, Labour are 25/1 to win a majority at the next Election, although it is 7/4 that Jeremy Corbyn is the next Prime Minister.
It has been a great day for the Conservative party with punters lumping on a Conservative majority. In fact the odds have collapsed from 11/10 to 4/5, with 91% of all bets for the Conservative party.