The odds on the UK voting to stay in the EU have shortened up yet again after money poured in over the weekend for a Remain result in June’s referendum.
It’s now 3/10 that the UK chooses to Remain in the EU, with US President Barack Obama expressing his support for a Remain result this summer.
While visiting UK shores this weekend, Obama warned that a Brexit would send the UK to the back of the queue when negotiating trade deals.
Current Democrat hopeful Hillary Clinton is also in the Remain camp, and a host of bets for the UK to stay across the weekend has left Brexit fans on the back foot.
It’s now 5/2 the UK votes to Leave, with Ladbrokes’ referendum barometer placing a Brexit at just 27 per cent – one of the lowest points yet.
Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: “The remain odds are shortening by the day. Brexit campaigners have been dealt several blows recently and that’s been reflected by the punters’ cash.”
For all the latest Brexit odds and news, head to the Ladbrokes referendum site here.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.