Any gains made by the Leave camp in the last week appear to have been eroded with our Brexit betting barometer rating the chances of a breakaway at just 29%.
As you’ve probably figured out by now that means Remain is still firmly in the driving seat with the dial making it a 71% chance that Britain remains in the EU following this summer’s Referendum.
When Boris Johnson announced his intentions to campaign for Brexit there was a brief spike in interest for a Leave outcome with the odds on such an eventuality clipped to 15/8.
However, while the money may have dried up in the Referendum Result market, attention has switched to the future of Prime Minister, David Cameron.
Alex Donohue of Ladbrokes said: “Regardless of the party line it’s clear to see the odds of a Leave outcome and a Cameron resignation aren’t a million miles apart. Thankfully for the PM our Brexit barometer remains steadfastly in the Remain section of the dial.”
Ladbrokes latest betting
Remain 1/3 (71%)
Leave 9/4 (29%)
David Cameron replace as PM this year 4/1
David Cameron replaced as PM by 1st July this year 7/1
All odds and markets correct as of the date of publishing.