Priti Patel

Everyone is rather enjoying watching Boris Johnson squirm. Well, everyone except the BBC perhaps. He has run out of plausibility in the same way Wiley Coyote runs out of ground. Just like the cartoon carnivore, Boris too will now plummet. So, you have to bet on the Conservative Party going into overdrive trying to find a replacement. A quick look at the odds on online sportsbook sites in the UK like Bet365 and you know lots of people want the job. Just not now. ... read more

Online sportsbook sites in the UK have always offered odds on UK politics as well. Sometimes a wager on our political masters is a novelty flutter to enjoy. So you might think that as Boris Johnson and his Home Secretary find themselves massively condemned those prices would be in flux. Far from it. The odds on the Conservatives are still shorter than the odds on Labour. Even after Brexit. After all the scandals. After this staggering hypocrisy. But who’d bet on UK politics making sense? ... read more

Due to Brexit British politics now resembles a farce. Brexit is casting a long shadow over the nation’s economy. Brussels already forecasts far higher costs for the UK than EU. This means when the Foreign Secretary stands up and tells everyone it’s all going to be fine, not everyone believes him. Indeed those who have taken up the odds on Dominic Raab becoming the next Conservative Party leader, at online betting sites in the UK like Bet365, may need to reconsider. ... read more

Britain is yet to feel the full force of the negative consequences of Brexit. Their exit from the European Union just a little eclipsed by current events. However, as the reality sets in, that will change rapidly. So the question is; just whom will the voters hold responsible for this disaster? Should you really bet on British politics to punish the Conservatives at the ballot box? Or is a bet on Labour at online sportsbook sites in the UK like Bet365 just a little optimistic at present? ... read more

A Labour majority never seems the best bet on UK politics. However, with online sportsbook sites in the UK like Bet365 giving them 9/4 this is the time to back them. They ditched Jeremy Corbyn, battled through accusations of Antisemitism, and face a government in disarray. Doesn’t mean they’ll win. A bet on the Labour Party is always a little risky. They’re more than capable of snatching defeat from the jaws of victory. Even so, this may prove an opportune moment to back them. ... read more

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. ... read more

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. ... read more

It’s like something out of an episode of the Twilight Zone. Boris Johnson got his dream job, just as it became a complete nightmare. His handling of the current circumstance, and that of his ministers, has been appalling. So, rather than bet on Boris Johnson at the next election, you should try Labour’s Keir Starmer instead. Online sportsbook sites in the UK like Bet365 are already giving him the best of the odds. So is this really all over apart from the squealing? ... read more