Corbyn’s PM odds halved as predicted Tory majority odds shrink

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Jeremy Corbyn is now just 4/1 to become Prime Minister, following last night’s televised Q+A.

The Labour leader is now half of the 8/1 he was initially priced up at when the Election was called.

Despite facing a grilling from Jeremy Paxman in last night’s live debate, the odds suggest the momentum is firmly with Labour.

The Conservatives, once 1/50 to claim the most seats, have now seen those odds reach 1/12.

Conversely, Labour are now 6/1, in from 16/1.

It’s now only 1/6 – from 1/25 – that the Tories claim a majority, with Labour in from 33s to 12s.

Matthew Shaddick, Head of Political Betting at Ladbrokes said: “Punters continue to pour support behind Jeremy Corbyn and we’re regularly seeing five figure bets on him becoming PM come 9 June.

“More worryingly for Theresa May and the Conservatives, their projected majority is now 110, that’s down from 150 only 10 days ago.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

2017 General Election

Most Seats 

Conservative – 1/12

Labour – 6/1

500/1 bar

Overall Majority

Conservative – 1/6

No overall majority – 7/1

Labour – 12/1

500/1 bar

PM on 1 July 2017

Theresa May – 1/8

Jeremy Corbyn – 4/1

100/1 bar

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

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