Corbyn and Cameron 10/1 to share the stage on Brexit

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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is a 10/1 shot to end up on the same stage as Prime Minister David Cameron as the UK heads towards June’s EU Referendum.

After months of remaining relatively tight-lipped on the issue – leaning towards leaving if anything – Corbyn is now beginning to lay out his campaign to remain in the European Union, forming an unlikely alliance with Cameron in the process.

The 10/1 odds suggest it’s somewhat unlikely the pair will take to the stage together, but according to Ladbrokes’ Brexit Barometer, Corbyn’s speech has nudged the dial two per cent towards a remain result from June’s referendum.

Remaining is the bookies favourite at 4/11, but it’s a leave decision at 2/1 which has been the scene of 60 per cent of bets placed to date on Britain’s big summer vote.

Alex Donohue of Ladbrokes said: “We’re prepared to offer long odds on Corbyn and Cameron putting their differences to one side momentarily in favour of Brussels. There’s a far higher chance of Brexit than them sharing a stage at any point in the campaign.”

The most likely outcome for a remain vote is 50-55 per cent, judged an 11/4 chance, while leave’s most likely percentage is 40-50 at 11/10.

With both party leaders now lobbying towards the same outcome however, all eyes will be peeled on how these odds change over the coming weeks and months.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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