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Boris Johnson odds-on to face General Election before Brexit

Boris Johnson (credit:Andrew Parsons/PA Wire/PA Images)

Brexit will determine how long new Prime Minister Boris Johnson remains in Number 10, according to bookmaker Betway.



The firm believe it is more likely at 8/13 for a General Election to take place before Brexit is achieved at 6/5, and it is not ruling out the prospect of Boris’ first five months in office could be his last.

Betway offers 9/4 on him resigning as Prime Minister before the end of the year.

However, it is also 2/1 for the former Foreign Secretary to guide the UK out of the EU by October 31st and then Evens for him to outstay Theresa May’s three-year stint as PM.

“Boris Johnson’s success as Prime Minister will be judged on Brexit, and we think he holds a chance of pushing through the UK’s withdrawal before the end of October at 2/1,” Betway’s Alan Alger  told Bettingpro.com. 

“However, and this is a big however, failure to deliver Brexit could cost him the job and he’s also just 9/4 to be out of Number 10 before the end of the year.

“Cleaning up Brexit appears to be a thankless task and it looks likely at 8/13 that the UK will be called upon to vote in a General Election before the UK withdraws from Europe.”

Latest Betway Odds


Which will happen first?

8/13 General Election
6/5 Brexit

Boris Brexit:

2/1 UK to leave the EU on or before 31/11/2019
9/4 No Deal Brexit in 2019
11/4 Meaningful Vote to pass in 2019
10/1 Second referendum before end of 2020


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