The law states that the elections can be taking place once in five years, unfortunately for some, there are some exclusions like No Confidence vote or majority decision. There are more and more rumours around the No Confidence vote to take place anytime soon, and the top online bookmakers are slashing their odds in response to speculations. Unibet
hit the market’s all-time low for the General Election to happen in 2019 at the odds of 1.30 (3/10).
Boris is not fazed
The leader of the Torry party has almost nothing to worry about. His strong political presence is well-felt thanks to his new policies and promises. Even though, if the election would take place, he still will be one of the front-runners.
Regardless of whether it goes down or not, the UK government seems not to be very happy with Johnson’s will to push the No Deal Brexit. So many politicians are desperate to prevent the No Deal that it is only a matter of time when the election would be called.
With political markets going back and forth, you can use that in your advantage to find some value. One of the top online bookmakers Betway
offers the longest odds on who will get the majority of seats with Conservative and Labour party being favourites at 1.67 (4/6) & 4.00 (3/1) respectively.