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Romanians are about to cast their ballots in the parliamentary elections that are taking place on 06 December. Eight political parties will have their names on the ballot, with only three to fight for the most seats. As 2020 Romania legislative election odds indicate, the Liberal Party remains the frontrunner. However, the Social Democrats hope to make an upset.

The British Prime Minister faces some massive issues at present, not least of which is Brexit. So, it is perhaps understandable to see him attempt ignoring the bullying accusations against Priti Patel. However, this may prove tactically unsound. The backbenchers aren’t happy and the odds on a vote of no confidence are shortening. Right now few would bet on Boris Johnson to win that. Indeed online sportsbook sites in the UK are already hedging on a 2021 exit for Bojo.

Anyone in the UK gambling laws of common sense apply to politics hasn’t been paying attention. This is no more or less true in Scotland than anywhere else. Of course, suffer from having an issue that just won’t go away. Possible independence is a prism through which all scots politics must be viewed. So odds on the Scottish elections at Bet365 might look straight forward enough, however, there’s more to it than it appears. A bet on the SNP is not the end of the matter.

The king is dead, long live the king. If politics were any more mercenary it would be carrying G36 assault rifle. No sooner has Donald Trump lost the election than the GOP are already looking for fresh blood. That’s why you can already bet on the 2024 Republican nominee at online sportsbook sites in the US like Bovada. Everyone is wondering who, and just how similar to Donald Trump, their next candidate will be. There are some interesting suggestions.

The EU and UK are still fishing for a deal but the deadline is just seven weeks away. Anyone who regularly puts the odd bet on politics in the UK knows that’s probably not long enough. The negotiations have stalled, the EU faces a budget crisis and the UK government is in turmoil. It’s hardly the most rosy of outlooks. So it may be time to hit up the online sportsbook sites in the UK offering prices, like Bet365, and bet on a no-deal Brexit. The only alternative is optimism.

The future economic partnership between Britain and Europe is still up in the air. Boris Johnson, British Prime Minister, is hoping it won’t crash land. Unfortunately, Europe is full of distractions at present and the threat, a deal with the US instead, faded on Friday. So where does this leave Boris and Britain? We take a look as online betting sites in the UK like Bet365 offer you the chance to bet on Brexit too. Will negotiations fail? Can the US ride to the rescue? Is Boris done?

President-elect Joe Biden - declared by all news networks in the United States - is focusing on transition plans. However, the failed candidate Mr. Trump still refuses to concede. Millions of people wonder whether/when it will happen. Well, according to the Trump concession betting odds, probably never!

There was almost unseemly haste. It seemed only minutes passed. One minute the media are announcing Joe Biden has won the 2020 election. The next they’re offering odds on the next US election. The ouroboros nature of US politics all but palpable. Online sportsbook sites in the US like Bovada evidently wish to leverage the recent uptick in public political interest. So is this the best time to bet on the 2024 US Presidential election? We examine the prices on offer so far.

Online sportsbook sites in the UK have always offered political books. A bet on UK politics not being everyone’s cup of tea, these are most busy around elections. When public interest is highest. However, whilst most don’t notice the odds on the next UK PM loitering quietly, politicians do. Boris Johnson, current Prime Minister, will thus not be happy to see it is not the leader of the opposition he should fear replacing him, but his own Conservative colleagues.