Odds on a three year delay to Brexit have plummeted with bookmakers now pricing it at 9/4.
April-June 2019 is still the most likely Brexit date at just 11/10, with the much trumpeted official leaving date of 29th March now a very unlikely 10/1.
But according to Betway the second favourite is now for no Brexit before 2022.
Alan Alger said: “Theresa May’s last gasp trip to Europe for a crisis summit has offered a chance of an extension, but only if her already rejected deal is passed in parliament.
“With this seeming unlikely, we reckon the chances of Brexit happening anytime soon are very slim, and offer 9/4 for the UK to remain part of the EU until 2022.”
|Jan 2019 – Mar 2019||10/1|
|April 2019 – June 2019||11/10|
|July 2019 – December 2019||11/2|
|January 2020 – June 2020||12/1|
|July 2020 – December 2020||16/1|
|Not before 2022||9/4|
Theresa May gives MPs a “clear choice” on Brexit
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