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A well hung parliament? Winter in June for May.

hung parliament for Thereas May?

This is nothing like a well hung parliament, but simply a weakly hung parliament. Close, but no ciagr Mr. Corbyn. Expecation of a hung parliament The result of the UK general election 2017 does not appear to confounded many expectations. As the campaigns played out it became clear that project ‘fear’ had become project ‘preach’ and the public were not ...

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United we fall – betting on the stock going down the pan.

United airlines CEO

United Airlines has managed that most egregious of things. Treat your paying passengers appallingly. Then have top management close ranks to blame the passenger. Has no-one in the airline been trained in customer care? It’s surprising they didn’t taser the poor passenger. Such is the blase notion that they are purely travel fodder. The airline simply wants to dump them ...

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Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race Betting

boat race betting 2017

Boat race betting 2o17. This Sunday on the river thames sets the stage for the 163rd occurrence of the Annual Oxford and Cambridge boat race. Last year Cambridge won, breaking a series of Oxford victories. This year it looks to be be a different story. The races are scheduledfor Sunday 2nd April with the women’s race at 4:35 and men’s ...

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Tip of the day – Cheltenham Gold Cup

Cheltenham Gold Cup

It’s Cheltenham Gold Cup day and fresh from our successful tipping yesterday we have another tip today. It’s time to keep Irish eyes smilig and Outlander looks to be a good each-way bet. Currenty at 10/1. Many are piling on to Cue Card, but I shall stay away. For those of you wanting a bit of an edge of your ...

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Top tip today at Cheltenham

scottish grand national

Top tip today is… Top tip today: hooray! Hats off to Ben Keith of Star Sports Bookmakers.  At the Cheltenham Festival yesterday he  showed what a real bookmaker truly is when he took a bet of some £375,000 from a customer on Douvan. Ben’s nerve will surely hold today. He won’t be  phased by my top tip today for Sub ...

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General Election Betting – Come what May

hung parliament for Thereas May?

The odds on a UK general election before 2020 must now have shortened. It would seem that William Hague’s advice to Mrs May was prescient. He suggested that she call a general election to provide her with a solid mandate and to strengthen her hand in the Brexit negotiations. We started with a u-turn yesterday by Philip Hammond, the Chancellor ...

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Hull City of culture, seemingly not of football

Hull City

What the Hull is going on? Hull City, Premier League  relegation candidates have sacked head coach Mike Phelan. This, just as the the City itself takes on the role of City of Culture 2017. Phelan was previously the former Manchester United assistant coach, There is no sortage of ironies, as Hull drift to the bottom of the table. Phelan has ...

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Collapse – happens everywhere.

market collapse

I too was near collapse for a moment. I was driving home on Friday 30th Decemebr after a Christms day-trip and turned on radio 4 in the car. “The financial  markets collapsed today, with the FTSE falling from a near record high.” the same was happening in New York apparently. My co-passengers were nattering away and I irritably shushed them ...

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Favourites in the New Order

Russian interference

With a new order arriving to stir global politics, everything that once was a betting taboo could now be a sure-fire favourite. Will Vladimir Putin be the first Head of  State to visit the White House at the end of Janaury? Shortly followed by President Duterte? Will Benjamin Netanyahu be building settlements in the suburbs of Damascus? A spread bet ...

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