The United Kingdom is going to the polls again with a General Election called for June 8th Prime Minister Theresa May on April 18th announced plans to call a snap general election for June.

Speaking outside 10 Downing Street, she said Britain needed certainty, stability and strong leadership following the EU referendum. Explaining the decision, Mrs May added: "The country is coming together but Westminster is not." General Election 2017 odds

Low turnout for the 2017 General Election? Bookmakers are expecting huge betting interest in the 2017 General Election - but are just 2/1 that voter turnout is the lowest since the Second World War.

The UK is leaving the European Union Article 50 was triggered on Wednesday, March 29th, with a letter from Prime Minister Theresa May formally beginning divorce proceedings delivered to European Council President Donald Tusk, giving formal notice of Brexit, and as a result triggering Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty and starting the two year countdown to the UK's exit of the EU.

Betting is now underway on when Brexit will become official.

Donald Trump betting

Donald Trump is the 45th President of the United States, beating rival Hillary Clinton, who was the huge odds-on favourite with bookmakers, in the race to the White House after America went to the polls on last November.

Bookmakers said the 2016 US Election was the biggest political betting event ever.

With Trump inaugurated and officially the 45th President of the United States, bookmakers have launched a range of Donald Trump Betting specials, including odds on him being impeached before the end of his first term.


Next Labour Leader betting odds Corbyn to leave Labour this year? Latest Labour leader odds suggest it may happen before the end of 2017, with his odds cut further following the announcement of a snap General Election this June.

IndyRef2 odds Bookmakers make it odds-on that Scotland will vote for independence if and when the second Scottish Independence Referendum vote takes place.

French Election odds It's Emmanuel Macron vs Marine Le Pen in the race to be the next President. Latest French Election betting suggests Macron will be victorious, but Le Pen has been well backed by political betting punters in recent days. Read more...

BONUS BETS United States

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