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You can bet on Rishi Sunak to bask in the glory of media attention as he runs through his budget this week. He wants to be the next leader of the Conservative Party in the UK. So the more he gets into the public eye the better. However Michael Gove also wants the job, and he’s far more experienced. So if you’re going to take advantage of UK gambling laws at Bet365 or similar beware. The odds on the next Conservative leader might not reflect the reality of Tory thinking.

Americans are always busy at this time of year, what with their Hallogivingmas holiday. However, this year, as they shop till they drop, they also have the US midterm election odds to pour over. Unfortunately, online betting sites in the US like Bovada do not offer the Democrats much hope. They seem to think the Republicans will take control back in both house and senate. Which means Joe Biden has very little to be thankful for, as his big goals get the partisan elbow.

Some might think that betting on politics is something that is not too exciting. But in fact, it really is! With all the accessible data and surveys conducted before elections, the predictions are not too forlorn. However, still no one can be sure about the final results. That is why it is worth to ponder over the odds on the Philippines presidential election.

The Conservative government in the UK under Boris Johnson lurches from one ghastly mess to another. Hapless and incompetent they paper over the cracks they’ve created with their Brexit debacle with little success. So you’d think that the odds on the Labour Party taking the reigns of power at online sportsbook sites in the UK like Bet365 would be better. They should be better. However alas the only thing more inept than the government is the people sitting opposite them.

The French presidential election in 2022 will pit the incumbent, Emmanuel Macron, against a far-right challenger. Fortunately, that challenger is unlikely to win. Marine Le Pen has travelled this road before and not really got anywhere. That’s why the far-right may well bet on Eric Zemmour, firebrand TV presenter instead of the Nation Rally stalwarts. He may not have declared his run yet but he’s already getting better odds than them at online betting sites in France like Bet365.

Did you already have enough of betting on gala events in 2021? Are you tired of betting on sports events? Then, why will not you place some bets on events based on politics? The 2022 Brazilian election odds are here for you to bet on!

Supposedly, 46% of Americans would support Dwayne Johnson running for President. If that doesn’t alarm you, Dwayne not ruling out a run ought to. He even appears willing to wait a while before doing so. Now where once this would simply have amused, after Trump things are different. The old political certainties are gone. Thus, online betting sites in the US like Bovada have to offer odds on Dwayne Johnson every bit as much they do on Joe Biden or Kamala Harris.

Those who regularly bet on politics in the UK can’t explain it. The pundits can’t explain it. No one can explain it. The odds on Boris Johnson and the Conservatives remain healthy despite a string of scandals. Apparently, the British populous are willing to see it through to the bitter end and so is Boris. However whilst the public stand square behind Boris you can bet on the Conservative Party eying where to stick the knife when it comes time for Bojo to carry the can.

Those who usually bet on sports in Poland may not find much temptation in the odds on Polexit. Whilst online bookies in Poland like Bet365 have dropped their prices on it happening, it won’t. Sure, Poland could leave the EU, in the same way Pogon Szczecin could beat Liverpool. But you do have to retain a sense of perspective on the chances of it actually happening. Indeed rushing out to bet on Polexit may be a tad premature. After Brexit, no-one is that crazy, are they?

Boris Johnson’s speech at the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester was an amusing piece of political theatre. Ignoring the manifold issues facing the nation he said very little of substance. By now, in any sane universe, Boris would be political road kill. In modern Britain he’s still as popular as ever. That’s why the odds on the Conservatives haven’t started to slide at online sportsbook sites in the UK like Bet365. It something some can’t quite understand.