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48% of punters back Jeremy Corbyn to become Britain's next Prime Minister

LONDON — Punters are backing Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn to become the new Prime Minister, according to leading odds comparison website Oddschecker. MPs voted by 522 to 13 in favour of holding a general election with polls suggesting Conservative leader Theresa May is on course for a landslide victory on June 8. According to Oddschecker, the majority of "political punting" favoured Theresa May to stay on as Prime Minister when betting markets opened on Tuesday.
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