Theresa May is a short price to even finish the year as the Conservative Party Leader and Prime Minister.
Boris Johnson’s odds to be the next Conservative Party leader have been trimmed by some bookmakers.
Jacob Rees-Mogg’s odds to become the next British Prime Minister have been cut to just 20/1.
Theresa May’s gamble on calling a snap General Election spectacularly backfired.
Jeremy Corbyn has been cut from 10/1 to 7/2 to be the next British Prime Minister after Thursday’s election.
Jeremy Corbyn is now as short as 4/1 with William Hill to be the next Prime Minister.
Yvette Cooper is the bookmakers’ favourite to replace Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader.
Left-wing candidate Jean-Luc Melenchon has shaken up the betting for the upcoming election in France.
UKIP leader looks worth backing at 9/4 to win Thuesday’s by-election in Stoke-On-Trent.
Far right Marine Le Pen is widely expected to reach the second round of the French Presidential election.
Paddy Power are offering odds of 10/1 that the Donald is impeached by the end of 2020.
Hillary Clinton is the big favourite ahead of Tuesday’s US Presidential election.
Trump outrage could open the path for Mike Pence in the Presidential campaign.
The bookmakers got it very wrong in the UK European Referendum, with their odds suggesting a Remain vote.
Bookmakers have been quick to offer odds on the next Labour leader following Ed Miliband’s resignation.
Polls have the Conservatives and Labour neck-and-neck but the latest election betting suggests the Conservatives will secure more seats.