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Ladbrokes release range of 100/1 election specials to celebrate 100 days to the General Election

Boris Johnson is 100/1 to become Prime Minister

Ladbrokes are offering odds of 100/1 on the Greens winning more votes than Labour, The Pub Landlord getting elected as an MP or Boris Johnson becoming Prime Minister

With one hundred days to go before Britain goes to the polls, Ladbrokes have released some 100/1 general election special bets.

Confident UKIP supporters can get 100/1 about Nigel Farage winning a majority of seats on May 7th. Green optimists can take the same odds about their party out-polling Labour.

The bookies also offered the 100/1 for the Liberal Democrats being left with exactly one seat, as well as for Boris Johnson to be Prime Minister at the first Queen's Speech after the election. Al Murray to win Thanet South as The Pub Landlord is also added to the 100/1 mix.

Matthew Shaddick of Ladbrokes told Bettingpro: 

"If Cambridge can come from 2-0 down to beat Chelsea, I suppose anything is possible, although The Pub Landlord becoming an MP at 100/1 is surely going a bit too far."

Ladbrokes' 100/1 Election Specials
100/1 UKIP to win a majority
100/1 Greens to win more votes than Labour
100/1 Liberal Democrats to win exactly one seat
100/1 The Pub Landlord to be elected as an MP
100/1 Boris Johnson to be PM at next Queen's Speech


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