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Jeremy Corbyn

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Colbro, Sep 18, 2015.

  1. Seen

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    Next Government being a Tory minority is still an uneasy favourite on Betfair, despite it being seemingly highly unlikely for any other outcome.

    It has been as short at 1.04 (1/25) but currently is available to back at 1.12 (1/8). Obviously still a very short price but anyone who thought they were buying money by lumping on at short odds (almost a million quid matched at 1.1 and below) might be getting a little nervous now.

    Current odds and my book....

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    Current 2nd fav Labour/Lib Dem/SNP Coalition has been matched at 1000.0 to £60 - so risking £60,000 to win just £60 :eek:

    Conservative/Lib Dem Coalition has also been matched at 1000.0, to £102, so risking £102,000 to win just £100 :eek::eek::eek:

    Squeaky bum time indeed!
  3. slick

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    lol.
    Let Miss May get her arse in gear then for another election and the games commence....

    Bookies will probably back you up just like they did Brexit, But If May's running for PM, Corbyn will storm it under the current climate.
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    It's interesting that there will be no Queen's Speech in 2018, ostensibly to allow time to make progress in the Brexit negotiations. It makes me think that May will resign before the 2018 recess and allow her successor time to settle in before the next General Election. She's not going to be allowed by the party to take the decision again on the timing of the General Election, and the Conservatives will hope that the Corbyn bubble has burst by then. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/201...heresa-may-ministers-threaten-stalking-horse/
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    Further to the above answer on second thoughts with there being a two-year session until the end of Brexit negotiations it's now likely in my opinion that May will resign after this period, so a resignation in 2019 looks on the cards. http://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/uknew...balance/ar-BBCOxQf?li=AAmiR2Z&ocid=spartanntp
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    Sorry Jeremy but we can't allow the State to break in to people's houses, whatever the failing of housing policy over the last 30 years.

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