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Coral cut odds on SNP election clean sweep

| 30.04.2015

Leading bookmaker Coral has cut the odds on the SNP winning every seat in Scotland at next week’s general election to 8-1 (from 12-1), following further support for total domination for Nicola Sturgeon’s party today.  Coral also go 4-1 that Labour do not win a seat in Scotland, and evens that the Liberal Democrats draw a blank there.

Looking at the wider election picture, Coral are 1-10 that no party wins an overall majority, and 1-4 that the Conservatives win the most seats, although Labour leader Ed Miliband remains odds-on favourite, at 8-13, to be in Number 10 on June 1st.

**SNP to win every seat in Scotland


**Labour not to win a seat in Scotland


**Liberal Democrats not to win a seat in Scotland


 **Scottish Conservative MPs v Pandas

1-2 More pandas in Scotland, 11-2 More Conservative MPs in Scotland, 5-2 Tie

 **Prime Minister on June 1st

8-13 Ed Miliband, 5-4 David Cameron, 20-1 Any other person

 **To win most seats

1-4 Conservatives, 11-4 Labour, 250-1 UKIP, 1000-1 Liberal Democrats,

 **To win an overall majority

1-10 No party, 11-2 Conservatives, 25-1 Labour, 250-1 UKIP, 1000-1 Liberal Democrats

 **Make up of next government

5-4 Coalition involving Liberal Democrats, 8-1 Coalition involving the SNP, 16-1 Coalition involving UKIP, 20-1 Coalition involving the Greens

 **Two elections in 2015

11-4 Yes, 1-4 No

 **Total Conservative seats

5-6 284 or more, 5-6 283 or less

 **Total Labour seats

8-11 268 or more, Evens 267 or less

**Total Liberal Democrat seats

5-6 26 or more, 5-6 25 or less

 **Total UKIP seats

5-6 3 or more, 5-6 2 or less

 **Total SNP seats

8-11 51 or more, Evens 50 or less

 **Total Plaid Cymru seats

11-10 Four or more, 4-6 Three or less

 **Total Green seats

1-3 One or more, 9-4 None


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David Stevens

David joined Coral as PR manager in 2001, having previously worked at the
Racing Post. Now in the role of Head of PR, he is involved in all aspects
of the company's media relations, providing the latest racing betting news , as well as Coral's sponsorship and event
portfolio. A keen sports fan, and long-suffering Portsmouth supporter (the
two are not always connected), when not working he will normally be found
heading south, or east or west, to the sun, and that liking for the sunshine
explains why he will always prefer flat racing to the jumps.