As prices shorten across the board for Theresa May’s party, one punter staked £75,000 on the Blues taking most seats at 1/14, for a return of just over £80,000.
Since, the odds on Most Seats have come in to 1/25.
Spokesman Paddy Power said: “Theresa May looks a (kitten-heeled) shoe-in, despite running one of the most disastrous election campaigns in history.
“Most politicians talk in riddles, but the PM is performing so many U-turns that she really is going round in circles at the moment. But that’s managing to run rings around her opponent, it seems.”
General Election: Latest Odds
1/7 Theresa May
9/2 Jeremy Corbyn
Corbyn was as low as 11/4 recently, but is now drifting by the hour – May is going the other way, and has come in from 1/6 overnight.
A huge overnight move here – the Conservatives going from 1/14 to 1/25, while Labour lengthen dramatically from 13/2 to 8/1.
1/6 Conservative Majority
9/1 Conservative Minority
10/1 Labour Minority
16/1 Labour Majority
22/1 Labour/SNP Coalition
4/1 No Overall Majority
Corbyn’s election rollercoaster
19th April – Snap Election is called, 4/1
1st May – Dominant opening fortnight for May, 8/1
4th May – Labour horror shows in Local Elections, 10/1
9th May – Manifesto is well received, 6/1
31st May – Live debates, 11/4
7th June – Final election push, 4/1
8th June, 8am – Election Day, 9/2