Next Prime Minister Betting Odds: Sir Keir Starmer is now as short as 1/6 to be the next Prime Minister with bookmakers shortening his odds EVEN FURTHER!

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The race for the next Prime Minister is on! Sir Keir Starmer's odds are now as short as 1/6, with bookmakers continually shortening his chances. A potential change in leadership is brewing.

Next Prime Minister Betting Odds: Sir Keir Starmer is now as short as 1/6 to be the next Prime Minister with bookmakers shortening his odds EVEN FURTHER!
Jake Ashton Senior News Editor

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  • Sir Keir Starmer is now the 1/6 favourite to be the next Prime Minister after Rishi Sunak
  • Labour are just 1/10 to gain the most seats at the next General Election
  • By-Election betting is available with local elections taking place later this month

Sir Keir Starmer is now the 1/6 favourite to be the next Prime Minister after Rishi Sunak

Politics betting continues to gather pace with punters betting more and more on political markets including who the next Prime Minister will be after current leader Rishi Sunak.

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer is now the shortest price he's ever been to take over as the next PM with his odds now at 1/6 to take over as the leader of the UK from Sunak.

Bookmakers are offering these current odds with the latest price of 1/6 giving an implied probability of 85% that he will be the next Prime Minister.

Other names that feature towards the top of the betting include Penny Mordaunt and former Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who is the third favourite in the market to take over once more.

Next Prime Minister after Rishi Sunak Odds Probability
Sir Keir Starmer 1/6 85.7%
Penny Mordaunt
16/1 5.9%
Boris Johnson 20/1 4.8%
Jeremy Hunt
28/1 3.4%
Andy Burnham 33/1 2.9%
What the expert says.

Keir Starmer now has an 85% chance of becoming the next Prime Minister with his odds shortening month-by-month to take over from Rishi Sunak next.

Nigel Skinner - Political Betting Expert - OLBG.com

Labour are just 1/10 to gain the most seats at the next General Election

Labour are expected to win the next General Election with the latest polls by YouGov putting them well clear of the Conservative Party with 18% expecting a large Labour majority.

The latest betting odds are now 1/10 for Labour to gain the most seats at the next General Election with Paddy Power putting them far clear of the Conservatives in the market.

Those odds suggest there's a 90% chance that Labour get the most seats at the next General Election which is expected to be an extremely important election for the Labour Party.

Most Seats - Next General Election Odds Probability
Labour 1/10 90.9%
Conservatives 4/1 20.0%
Liberal Democrats 150/1 0.7%
Greens 150/1 0.7%

By-Election betting is available with local elections taking place later this month

By-Election betting is also a market that is available to be punted on with the Mid-Bedfordshire by-election taking place on 19 October following Nadine Dorries resignation.

Liberal Democrats were the favourites at 10/11 to win the By-Election back at the start of the month but those odds have now changed with Labour now 6/5 at the top of the market.

Emma Holland-Lindsay is the Liberal Democrats representative in Mid-Bedfordshire and she current represents Leighton Buzzard on the Central Bedfordshire Council after winning the seat from the Conservatives in May's local elections.

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