The Liberal Democrats are the 5/4 favourites to win the Mid Bedfordshire by-election, which was triggered by Tory MP Nadine Dorries’ shock resignation.
The Conservatives are outsiders at 5/2 to retain the seat that they’ve occupied since 1931 and both Labour or the Lib Dems to not have a reputation on the poll – a tactic to take away a Tory from Parliament – is 33/1.
Labour are 2/1 to win the seat, however might be wanting in direction of the subsequent Normal Election, the place they’re the 4/6 favourites to win a majority, while the Tories are 6/1 to carry onto their majority within the subsequent basic election, whereas no total majority is 7/4.
Mid Bedfordshire by-election winner
Lib Dems 5/4
Both Lib Dems or Labour to not stand a candidate – 33/1
Subsequent Normal election total majority
No total majority 7/4
An OLBG spokesperson stated: “Nadine Dorries stated ‘No!’ to a quiet finish to the week’s politics information and shocked Westminster by resigning from her Mid Bedfordshire seat with speedy impact, triggering a by-election.
“The seat has been blue because the Nineteen Thirties’ however the odds recommend that run is coming to an finish with the Lib Dems the 5/4 favourites, adopted by Labour at 2/1 and the Conservatives 5/2 outsiders to carry onto the seat.
“Labour and the Lib Dems could trial ways to oust a Tory and both social gathering are 33/1 to fail to face a candidate as a way to not break up the vote.”