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Brexit Party odds-on to triumph in EU Parliamentary Elections

Nigel Farage (credit:Victoria Jones/PA Wire/PA Images)

Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party have been heavily backed to gain the most seats at next month’s EU Parliamentary Elections and are now no bigger than 8/15, having been 11/4 last week.


Despite the widespread negativity swirling around Brexit in the UK, online bookmaker Betway has seen plenty of support in the betting for the pro-Leave party gaining the most seats in Brussels if polling goes ahead in the UK.

Labour, originally priced up as Betway’s favourites at Even-money, have been eased out to 13/10, while the Tories aren’t attracting any money and have drifted out to 22/1 from 9/2.

Change UK, whose list of candidates includes Rachel Johnson – sister of MP Boris Johnson – are next at 40/1.

“If the UK is asked to elect its next set of representatives to the EU Parliament, then Nigel Farage and his newly-formed Brexit Party look like being convincing winners at just 8/15,” Betway’s Alan Alger told Bettingpro.com.

“There will be plenty of disgruntled Brexiteers that would usually vote Conservative and the Brexit Party look sure to soak up a number of those votes.

“But, maybe more importantly, Farage appears to be shaping his campaign to attract the Labour voters and that could be significant.”

Latest Betway Odds


To Win Most Seats In EU Parliamentary Elections 2019:

8/15 Brexit Party
13/10 Labour
22/1 Conservatives
40/1 Change UK
50/1 UKIP
80/1 Lib Dem
100/1 Greens


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Brexit Party odds-on to triumph in EU Parliamentary Elections

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