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General Election Betting & Odds at Coral

You can now bet on the 2017 General Election! After Prime Minister Theresa May announced a snap General Election, Members of Parliament voted overwhelmingly in favour of the motion, with the UK due to take to the polls on Thursday 8th June. It’s a decision that seems to have divided much of the nation, as much as it has opposing parties in the House of Commons. Labour supporters are doubtful over Jeremy Corbyn’s ability to lead the country, while Ukip remains in dismay, the SNP continue to search a second referendum and the Lib Dems are trying to pick up the pieces. With so many markets on offer, what will you be betting on ahead of the General Election this June?


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