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The Cop26 report into climate change read like a horror novel. Or a holiday brochure for Greece. The planet faces an existential crisis. Not that you should bet on Boris Johnson noticing. He’s facing an existential crisis of his own. He knows only too well his days are numbered. So, climate change isn’t his burning issue. Online sportsbook sites in the UK like Bet365 are already offering short odds on the next UK Prime Minister, which is why Boris is trying to get rid of his rivals.

You probably couldn’t make it up. Facing a recall election, on the 14th of September, you’d think Gavin Newsom would be focused. Keeping his eye on the ball. Not letting the California recall election odds go to his head. Instead this week a court had to decide if he is a democrat or not. Or, at least, if he can state he’s one on the ballot. Turns out, he can’t. Classic. So whilst online betting sites in the US like Bovada still give Newsom short prices, the Democrats just lost the election.

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?

You’d think after four years of Donald Trump as President appearing competent and sensible was simple. Still, as the US politics odds offered by online betting sites in the US like Bovada demonstrate, the Democrats are making heavy weather of it. The bookies now seem to believe the Republicans could emerge with majorities in both House and Senate. Obviously that’s bad news for Democrats, however it’s probably worse news for the nation as it’s political malaise extends.

You can always bet on sports in the UK to draw in politicians if England do well. Sadly, this is quite rare, so none of the politicians have much practice at it. They also tend not to know a lot about the more populist games. Despite this you can bet on Boris Johnson to try and snaffle a bit of the glory England are earning. Big on Brexit, Boris is slavering at the idea of the national side winning against the rest of Europe. He likes England’s odds at the Euros now. So now he’s a fan.

You can always bet on the Labour Party to shoot itself in the foot. Typically the left foot. After the Hartlepool disaster, the knives were out for the party’s leader. So, Keir Starmer needed the Batley And Spen by-election win. However just because Keir is now safe, for the time being, doesn’t mean the left have gone away. Hence, you can still bet on the next Labour leader at online betting sites in the UK like Bet365. Labour’s left just doesn’t learn any lessons alas.

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The incumbent chairman of the Finns Party Jussi Halla-Aho recently announced that he is stepping down. Thus, a new leader will be elected next August. There are no official candidates yet. But, according to the next Finns Party leader odds, three names have emerged as the favorites. They are Riikka Purra, Sebastian Tynkkynen, and Juho Eerola. Here is what you need to know about them.

If you bet on US politics calming down with the exit of Donald Trump, you were always on a loser. They’re finding it dashed difficult to put the genie back in the bottle. The former president exerts a strange influence on Republicans even now. So, you’d think that would make the odds on Joe Biden and the Democrats quite safe. Sure, online sportsbook sites in the US like Bovada offer their shortest odds on Kamala Harris, but then she hasn’t threatened to nuke Americans.