Politics By Graham Sharpe

General Election Stalemate Odds On

GENERAL ELECTION SET FOR STALEMATE?

WILLIAM HILL have cut the odds for No Overall Majority at the General Election to their shortest price ever of 4/7, as the outcome of next year's poll appears ever less predictable.A William Hill customer from Devon has already placed over 20 bets totalling £23,400 that the outcome of the next General Election will be 'No overall majority'. He stands to collect £51,000 from his wagers if his hunch proves correct.

'We have never quoted a shorter price than 4/7 in any General Election for there to be no overall majority' said Hill's spokesman Graham Sharpe, 'But political punters are betting on it as though it is a certainty.'

GENERAL ELECTION ODDS....4/7 No overall majority; 11/4 Labour majority; 3/1 Con-LD coalition; 4/1 Conservative majority; 4/1 Lab-LD coalition; 6/1 Coalition involving UKIP; 7/1 Conservative minority govt; 7/1 Labour minority govt; 50/1 UKIP majority; 500/1 Lib Dem majority.

PARTY TO WIN MOST SEATS: 4/5 Labour; 11/10 Cons; 25/1 UKIP; 250/1 LibDems.

WILL MILIBAND REMAIN ED BOY FOR ELECTION?

THE ODDS about Ed Miliband standing down as Labour leader BEFORE the General Election have been shortened by William Hill from 6/1 to 9/2.

One William Hill client has staked £50 at odds of 150/1 that not only Ed Miliband, but also David Cameron and Nick Clegg will cease to lead their Parties by the day of the General Election.

 

WILLIAM HILL:

 

ED MILIBAND NO LONGER LABOUR LEADER AT GENERAL ELECTION - 9/2 Gone; 1/8 Still there.

NEXT ELECTED LABOUR LEADER: 11/4 Y Cooper; 4/1 A Burnham; C Umunna; 10/1 T Hunt; 16/1 A Johnson; J Murphy; R Reeves; 18/1 D Alexander; E Balls.

Labour to win General Election with overall majority- 5/2; Next govt to be Lab-Lib coalition - 4/1; Labour minority govt after Gen Election - 7/1.

Largest Party at General Election: 4/5 Labour; 11/10 Cons; 25/1 Ukip; 250/1 LDs

To be next PM: 4/5 Ed Miliband; 8/1 Boris; 14/1 Cooper;May; Osborne; 16 Hammond; 20 Umunna

 

ROCHESTER BY ELECTION.....1/20 Ukip; 8/1 Conservatives; 50/1 Labour

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GENERAL ELECTION SET FOR STALEMATE?

WILLIAM HILL have cut the odds for No Overall Majority at the General Election to their shortest price ever of 4/7, as the outcome of next year's poll appears ever less predictable.A William Hill customer from Devon has already placed over 20 bets totalling £23,400 that the outcome of the next General Election will be 'No overall majority'. He stands to collect £51,000 from his wagers if his hunch proves correct.

'We have never quoted a shorter price than 4/7 in any General Election for there to be no overall majority' said Hill's spokesman Graham Sharpe, 'But political punters are betting on it as though it is a certainty.'

GENERAL ELECTION ODDS....4/7 No overall majority; 11/4 Labour majority; 3/1 Con-LD coalition; 4/1 Conservative majority; 4/1 Lab-LD coalition; 6/1 Coalition involving UKIP; 7/1 Conservative minority govt; 7/1 Labour minority govt; 50/1 UKIP majority; 500/1 Lib Dem majority.

PARTY TO WIN MOST SEATS: 4/5 Labour; 11/10 Cons; 25/1 UKIP; 250/1 LibDems.

WILL MILIBAND REMAIN ED BOY FOR ELECTION?

THE ODDS about Ed Miliband standing down as Labour leader BEFORE the General Election have been shortened by William Hill from 6/1 to 9/2.

One William Hill client has staked £50 at odds of 150/1 that not only Ed Miliband, but also David Cameron and Nick Clegg will cease to lead their Parties by the day of the General Election.

 

WILLIAM HILL:

 

ED MILIBAND NO LONGER LABOUR LEADER AT GENERAL ELECTION - 9/2 Gone; 1/8 Still there.

NEXT ELECTED LABOUR LEADER: 11/4 Y Cooper; 4/1 A Burnham; C Umunna; 10/1 T Hunt; 16/1 A Johnson; J Murphy; R Reeves; 18/1 D Alexander; E Balls.

Labour to win General Election with overall majority- 5/2; Next govt to be Lab-Lib coalition - 4/1; Labour minority govt after Gen Election - 7/1.

Largest Party at General Election: 4/5 Labour; 11/10 Cons; 25/1 Ukip; 250/1 LDs

To be next PM: 4/5 Ed Miliband; 8/1 Boris; 14/1 Cooper;May; Osborne; 16 Hammond; 20 Umunna

 

ROCHESTER BY ELECTION.....1/20 Ukip; 8/1 Conservatives; 50/1 Labour