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Politics By Rupert Adams

Foolish Bet - Will Theresa May Still Be PM On April 1st ?

British bookmaker William Hill are offering 2/1 that Theresa May will no longer be PM on Monday April 1st, although it is 4/11 she is still in place. Meanwhile, reports of a possible cabinet coup have caused a stir in the next Prime Minister betting with both Michael Gove and David Lidington very well backed. They are currently 11/4 joint favourites, David Lidington started the weekend as a 12/1 outsider, with Michael Gove 4/1.

Nobody Harmed By Rupert Adams

William Hill Announces Donation to Council on Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey

On March 19th William Hill US, America’s leading sports book operator, donated $50,000 to the Council on Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey to fund a campaign that supports people with gambling problems. The campaign will be centered on the production of an educational video that depicts the family of a problem gambler and directs them to helpful resources. The video will be distributed online and via social media, and is to be promoted through ads on TV, radio, online and in cinema.

Big Winners By Rupert Adams

William Hill Customer Wins £185,162 After Predicting Result Of 20 Matches

A William Hill customer has made history over the weekend after he correctly predicted the result of an astonishing twenty football matches. His achievement means that he is now richer by a monster £185,162.09, having placed a £50 bet. The customer is a regular and placed the bet in a William Hill shop in Warwickshire on Saturday morning. The customer, who wishes to remain anonymous, has family in Sweden and is planning a trip to visit them with some of the winnings.

Football By Rupert Adams

Neil Lennon Set For Return To Celtic

After a successful first game in charge, William Hill make Neil Lennon their 5/6 favourite to be the Celtic manager on day one of next season, with Steve Clarke the nearest challenger at 9/2. Hills are 11/10 that Celtic win the treble this year and it is 2/1 that they win the Scottish Premiership by 15 or more points.