Well, we have had “Biddygate” (what happened to Sue by the way? I bet that was her, she should get canned for that), we have had Cleggmania and David Cameron has been out in his running shorts ( I bet he had a crafty fag after that shot was taken in Blackpool, they do that those Eton boys).
We´ll be up watching the UK general election, just because its so addictive (bring back John Snow and his Swingometer we say). And we´ll also be having a bet on the outcome. It ups the ante a bit, don´t you think. There are plenty of weird and wonderful bets that you can have a punt on- here are some of the more interesting ones we have found (interesting ones in bold 8for us anyway)
1. Paddy Power seems to have the most variety on offer. Head to their politics page (left hand nav menu)
[ Click HERE to go to PADDY POWER ]
Winner (Most Seats)
Hung Parliament (Majority)
First Constituency to Declare (this is always a good ´un- normally a race between the North-East constituencies)
Lib Dems 100
Lib Dems Coaliton (who will the Liberal Democrats form govermment with)
Most senior job held by a Liberal Dem
Will Lib Dems form a coalition
Highest Individual Turnout %
Highest Turnout Constituency
Lowest turnout constituency
Lowest Individual Turnout %
Lib Dems Best Election Result?
Nick Cleggs Job in a Coalition
Prime Minister after General Election
Labour Vote %
Lib Dems to beat Labour
Leader Most Votes
Lib Dem Cabinet Positions
Election Cabinet Crash
Green Party Seat
Lib Dems Seats
2. Ladbrokes also have quite a good politics page with some good betting options on it.
Head to the Ladbrokes Sport betting site and then the politics link is on the left hand menu.
HEAD TO LADBROKES HERE
Some of the General Election betting options at Ladbrokes:
Luton South: Esther Rantzen Vote Share
Number of Scottish Conservatives Seats.
What are we gunning for? OK- here are our favourite bets:
Conservatives to win the most seats.
Conservative Overall Majority (just)
First to declare: Washington and Sunderland West
Labout Vote: 29- 29.9%