Bookmakers are currently predicting that Boris Johnson’s bargain won’t pass through parliament this morning, with chances greatly against.
‘No’ is your favorite at the present time in 1/4, suggesting an 80 percent chance that the withdrawal agreement fails to produce it.
On the flipside it’s 5/2 a deal is passed through in parliament, and it will be an estimated probability of 28.6 percent.
Punters are currently piling into’no’ as the main outcome, with 72% of bets this morning financing the bargain failing to maneuver through.
Elsewhere, it is 1/3 that the UK does not leave the EU prior to the 31st October, and 15/8 that it will happen before Halloween.
Oddschecker spokesperson Callum Wilson:”It really does seem like it is going right down to the wire with this morning’s election, however, bookies are leaning far more towards a negative result for Boris Johnson.
“Only yesterday, bookies could not separate the chances and punters were split just 50/50. But with developments in parliament that morning, it does look like momentum is falling away from Johnson by the moment.”

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