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Where to place your bet on election night

The latest bets show that people are banking on a late swing to the Tories

By Nick Wilby  

Political betting has become a national obsession. © Alastair Grant/AP/Press Association Images

Today’s election will be the most polled in British history and it must also be one of the most confusing in living memory.

The latest polls are showing that Labour and the Conservatives are still neck and neck but those looking to predict the results should delve into the betting markets for more insight.

The bookmakers are preparing for a staggering £100m to be wagered across the…

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