2010 General Election Betting
In the Houses of Parliament this week, PMQs was its usual boisterous self with Cameron and Brown attacking each other as usual, and as usual neither man answering any questions.
Brown attacked Cameron over his lack of substance on policies, while Cameron attacked Brown over his lack of popularity with his fellow collegues and again called for him to stop dithering and call the election.
Oh yes, and in case you didn’t guess it, he again asked Brown about his promise to put an end to ‘Boom and Bust’.
I think we may as well get used to hearing that over the next few weeks! All in all not much to report.
In terms of betting, the best odds are still the same, just the bookmakers have changed.
To Win General Election (Most Seats) Betting
The Conservative Party are 1/12 favourites with Bet365, 888Sport, Betfred, Blue Square, Coral, Ladbrokes, Sky Bet, Sportingbet and William Hill
Labour are 13/2 with Paddy Power and Coral
Liberal Democrats are 150/1 with Bet365
Any other party are 500/1 with Bet365