Online Gambling News - Latest News, Top Stories & Analysis March 2019

Boris Johnson is, for better or for worse, one of the most popular British figures. Especially ever since he took Brexit’s lead, he has become a very interesting subject for gamblers. So far, Boris Johnson betting predictions show that his political career might finally reach the leadership of the UK.

Eleven candidates will contest the Newport West by-election, set for April 4. But only 4 have a chance to win. Bookmakers suggest Labour Ruth Jones is the favourite. Yet you can consider betting on Newport West by-election winner to be one of three top challengers. They include Plaid Cymru’s Jonathan Clark, Ukip’s Neil Hamilton, and Tories’ Matthew Evans.

The Scottish National Party is the ruling party in the Scottish Parliament. As tensions have arisen recently within the party, betting sites are already considering who will replace Nicola Sturgeon. The next SNP leader odds suggest that Derek McKay will hold the position.

Spain heads to an early election on April 28. PM Sanchez’s Socialist government has collapsed. You can now bet on the next Prime Minister of Spain. The country seems extremely polarized. Therefore, to no surprise, Santiago Abascal the leader of the far-right Vox and Albert Rivera the Catalan unionist have a good chance to become the new Prime Minister.

President Trump’s emergency declaration to build a wall faces legal challenges as expected. Several lawsuits will quikly work their way to the US Supreme Court, and then it could go either way. You can bet on the National Emergency to be blocked or to be ruled in favour. We think it will likely be blocked.

The majority of the Democratic nominees have announced their presidential bids and are running their campaigns. Senators Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and Cory Booker are significant candidates who are leading the Democratic race with good odds.

The longtime Liberal leader Jan Bjorklund announced his intention to step down. He will not stand for re-election at the party’s conference in November. Several names are floating as potential replacements. We recommend choosing either Ohlsson, Persson, Malmstrom, or Sabuni when betting on the new Swedish Liberal Party leader.

Between the 23rd and 26th of May, citizens of the EU will go to the polls to decide who will have seats in the parliament. These elections will be crucial for the Union’s future, as they might mark the end of the centrist coalition. Gamblers will benefit from a bet on the far-right at the EU Elections.

Five parties in Spain are preparing for a snap election on April 28 - the country’s third since late 2015. The outcome looks unpredictable. No party is expected to get a majority of seats, but the far right is on the rise. When betting on the Spanish general election, you might think of choosing Ciudadanos or Vox to upset the odds and win most seats.

Spain heads to an early election on April 28. PM Sanchez’s Socialist government has collapsed. You can now bet on the next Prime Minister of Spain. The country seems extremely polarized. Therefore, to no surprise, Santiago Abascal the leader of the far-right Vox and Albert Rivera the Catalan unionist have a good chance to become the new Prime Minister.