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Keir Starmer Betting Odds - Labour leader favourite to be next Prime Minister

  • Keir Starmer favourite to be next Prime Minister
  • Sir Keir also odds-on with bookmakers to remain Labour leader beyond the next General Election
  • Labour given big boost in recent poll, moving ahead of the Conservatives
Keir Starmer Next PM odds
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How long will Keir Starmer be Labour leader for?


There is little - if anything - to suggest Labour are considering replacing Sir Keir Starmer as party leader, but betting on his future, as well as whether he will ever become prime minister, is well underway, with a number of bookmakers opening several Starmer-related markets.

Sir Keir was confirmed as the Labour Party leader earlier this year. Following Labour's heavy loss at the 2019 general election, the party held a leadership election to find a replacement to Jeremy Corbyn. In April 2020, Starmer beat Rebecca Long-Bailey and Lisa Nandy, taking 56.2% of the vote in the first round to be confirmed as Labour leader.

The Leader of the Opposition has enjoyed success in the polls in recent weeks and as a result is odds-on with bookmakers William Hill to remain Labour leader until 2025 or later (8/11 at time of writing).

Sir Keir is also the bookmakers' favourite in the latest Next Prime Minister markets.

Keir Starmer Exit Date Odds


Year of Exit
Odds
2023 or earlier9/2
20247/4
2025 or later8/11
Source: William Hill. Odds correct as of October 10th, 2020.

Will Keir Starmer be the next Prime Minister?


Bookmakers have cut the odds on Boris Johnson being replaced as PM as early as this year as his approval ratings continue to fall amid his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, and as noted, Sir Keir is the bookies' favourite in the latest Next Prime Minister betting odds.

The next general election is not scheduled to be held until May 2024 in line with the Fixed-term Parliaments Act, and a lot can happen between now and then - not just for concerning Labour and Sir Keir, but also the Conservatives and Mr Johnson.

Next Prime Minister Odds


Name
Odds
Sir Keir Starmer2/1
Rishi Sunak11/4
Michael Gove6/1
Dominic Raab16/1
Jeremy Hunt16/1
Source: William Hill. Odds correct as of October 10th, 2020.

Who will replace Keir Starmer?


Many political punters like to place long-term bets, so although there is no reason to believe Sir Keir is going to be a short-term leader, Next Labour Party Leader betting markets are already open.

Angela Rayner is the early frontrunner with the bookies at time of writing, with Labour's Deputy Leader currently available at around 6/1.

Next Labour Leader Betting Odds


Name
Odds
Angela Rayner6/1
Sadiq Khan8/1
Lisa Nandy12/1
Andy Burnham12/1
Rosena Allin-Khan16/1
Anneliese Dodds20/1
Yvette Cooper25/1
Source: Ladbrokes. Odds correct as of October 10th, 2020.

Keir Starmer FAQs

Who is Keir Starmer?

Sir Keir Starmer KCB QC MP is a British politician and former lawyer who has served as Leader of the Labour Party and Leader of the Opposition since 2020. He has been Member of Parliament for Holborn and St Pancras since 2015.

Where is Sir Keir Starmer from?

Named after Labour Party founder Keir Hardie, Starmer was born in Southwark in south London and raised in Surrey.

How old is Keir Starmer?

He was born on September 2nd, 1962.

Who is favourite to be the next UK Prime Minister?

Keir Starmer is the bookmakers' favourite to be the next Prime Minister at time of writing. The Labour leader is followed in the betting by the Chancellor, Riski Sunak.

When is the next General Election?

The next general election in the United Kingdom is scheduled to be held on Thursday, May 2nd 2024, in line with the Fixed-term Parliaments Act.

What was Keir Starmer's job?

Before entering politics, Starmer acted exclusively as a defence lawyer specialising in human rights issues, before being appointed as a Queen's Counsel (QC) in 2002. In 2008, he became Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) and Head of the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), holding those roles until 2013. For his role as Director of Public Prosecutions, he was appointed Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath (KCB) in the 2014 New Year Honours.

Who will replace Keir Starmer as Labour leader?

There is nothing to suggest Labour are already considering replacing Starmer, but bookmakers have opened betting markets on the next Labour leader, with Angela Rayner the current favourite.

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16 March 2021