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Are PM’s days numbered? Theresa May 7/4 to resign before Brexit

Theresa May (credit:Credit by bettingpro)

Theresa May is set to face another Commons defeat for her Brexit Bill, with bookmaker Betway going just 1/14 that the vote does not pass.


The firm also offers just 2/5 that Theresa May faces a second vote of No Confidence in 2019, whilst the chances of Article 50 being extended are just 1/7, despite previously categorically ruled out by Number 10.

With Brexit uncertainty deepening by the day, and factions publicly announcing their displeasure with the Brexit deal in its current guise, Betway is now 7/4 that Theresa May resigns as Prime Minister before the UK leaves the EU.

“Despite last minute concessions seemingly granted by the EU last night, not much has changed for Theresa May ahead of Parliament’s big vote tonight,” Betway’s Alan Alger told Bettingpro.com.

“At 1/14 for the meaningful vote to not pass, we are expecting another chapter in this seemingly never-ending Brexit saga.

“Having failed to bring an acceptable deal to parliament on more than one occasion, May could have to call time on her premiership and is just 7/4 to stand down before the UK leaves the EU.”

Latest Betway Odds


Commons to Pass 2nd meaningful vote:

11/2 Yes
1/14 No

To happen first Brexit or Theresa May to resign:

2/5 UK to leave the EU
7/4 Theresa May to resign as Prime Minister

Will Article 50 be extended?

1/7 Yes
4/1 No

Will there be a Second vote of No Confidence in the Government in 2019

2/5 Yes
7/4 No


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