Next Conservative Leader Betting Odds: Kemi Badenoch now moves into 9/4 to be the next leader of the Conservatives after Rishi Sunak!

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Kemi Badenoch remains the betting favourite at 9/4 to be the next Conservative leader with latest reports suggesting she's in a "Evil Plotters" WhatsApp group aimed at plotting against Rishi Sunak.

Next Conservative Leader Betting Odds: Kemi Badenoch now moves into 9/4 to be the next leader of the Conservatives after Rishi Sunak!
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Football Manager Expert and Political Betting Specialist across Exchange and Spread Betting Sites

  • Kemi Badenoch is the outright favourite to be the next Conservative leader
  • Bookies make it now 1/4 that the next General Election will take place in October-December 2024
  • Andy Burnham is the favourite to be the next leader of the Labour party

Kemi Badenoch is the outright favourite to be the next Conservative leader

Betting remains open on who will be the next Conservative Party leader with Kemi Badenoch the outright favourite with bookmakers for the role next.

Reports in the past week have linked Badenoch to being in a WhatsApp group of Conservative MPs named "Evil Plotters" which is supposedly around looking to remove Rishi Sunak.

Sunak will all but certainly leave the role as Conservative leader if he loses the General Election which is set to take place in the next 12 months.

Paddy Power have Badenoch as the 9/4 favourite to take over as leader of the Tories next with The Guardian reporting about the Business Secretary being in the "Evil Plotters" group.

Next Conservative LeaderOddsProbability
Kemi Badenoch
9/430.8%
Penny Mordaunt9/218.2%
Suella Braverman
11/215.4%
James Cleverly
13/213.3%
Nigel Farage
12/17.7%
What the expert says...

Kemi Badenoch is still favourite to be the next Tory leader with the latest reports saying that she is in a WhatsApp group aimed at pushing her to the top of the party!

Nigel Skinner - Political Betting Expert - OLBG.com

Bookies make it now 1/4 that the next General Election will take place in October-December 2024

The next General Election has to take place at some point before the end of January 2025 and it looks likely that it'll happen before the end of this year.

Rishi Sunak has previously stated that his "working assumption" was that the election would take place in the second half of the year, with the betting odds replicating that.

Bookies have given odds of 1/4 that the General Election takes place between October-December 2024, but other reports say that Sunak could trigger an election in May.

Sunak may well call an early election to try and wrong-foot Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer's run for leading the nation in it's next period.

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Andy Burnham is the favourite to be the next leader of the Labour party

Betting is also available on who will replace Keir Starmer as the next Labour leader with bookies putting Andy Burnham as the favourite in this market.

Burnham is currently the mayor of Greater Manchester and has been in that role since 2017 and previously ran for Labour leader back in 2015.

We may well see him run again in the future with the latest betting odds now putting him as the betting favourite at 4/1 to lead the party next.

Next Labour LeaderOddsProbability
Andy Burnham4/120.0%
Rachel Reeves7/112.5%
Yvette Cooper15/211.8%
Wes Streeting8/111.1%
Lisa Nandy9/110.0%

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Nigel Skinner

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If you want to know anything about Political betting markets then Nigel is your go-to guy. Nigel has years of experience writing and following betting odds around a whole host of political markets including General Elections, By-Elections and even the infamous Brexit betting markets!

- Nigel Skinner, Blog content manager

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Jake Ashton

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Jake is our News Content Manager. He reviews all content, fact-checks the data, edits the copy and enhances all of the OLBG News content from our expert team ahead of publication.

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