Brexit: Odds fall on Theresa May postponing meaningful vote (again)

The price of another vote delay tumbled from 10/1 to 6/1 today...

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We’ve been forced to cut the odds of Theresa May postponing next week’s meaningful vote, after previously delaying it in December.

The price of another vote delay tumbled from 10 to 6/1 today, (Friday) following a series of bets.

It’s currently rated 1/33 – a likelihood of around 97% – that the House of Commons will reject the deal on Tuesday, or 9/1 that it is approved.

And we make it odds-on 1/3 that May faces a record-largest Commons defeat ever, with a majority of 228 expected.

Meanwhile, a second EU Referendum to take place before the end of 2019 is rated 6/4.

Spokesman Paddy Power said: “As we grow closer to next Tuesday’s meaningful vote, we’ve cut the price of Theresa May put it off once again, in a bid to rally up more support from MPs. Or, at least attempt to.

“And it seems Theresa May could be a record-breaker. That is, the largest ever Commons defeat since 1924, which might be one to leave off your CV.”

MEANINGFUL VOTE & BREXIT SPECIAL BETS

1/33       The House of Commons to reject the Brexit deal on Tuesday 15th Jan

1/3         Theresa May to record the largest-ever Commons defeat

6/4         A second EU Referendum to take place before the end of 2019

6/1         Theresa May to delay Jan 15th meaningful vote

9/1         House of Commons to accept the Brexit deal on Tuesday 15th Jan

Find a full list of Brexit odds on paddypower.com

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