Sunday, 6 September 2009

Ladbrokes shorten odds on Farage unseating Berscow

Ladbrokes have shortened the odds of Nigel Farage beating John Bercow in the general election from 4-1 to 10-3 (that's 3.3-1 to save you doing the maths).

A flurry of bets on Farage to win, ConservativeHome's poll showing that 64% of Tories would vote for Farage and heavyweight Tory bloggers pledging support for Farage have brought the odds of Farage winning right down.

I think I'll have a punt myself before they shorten the odds even further!

2 comments:

JoshONyons said...

I too will be placing a bet, hopefully tomorrow if I get time.

Steve Halden said...

Standing against the House of Commons Speaker is against political tradition.

But then handing most of Britain's sovereignty over to the EU is also against British tradition.