The 66-1 shot

IS there a panic at Ladbrokes HQ? Has somebody just had a massive punt on Robert Davis to become the next leader of Westminster Council at a costly price.

Overnight, his odds at the bookmaking firm, as featured on these pages yesterday, have dropped from 66/1 to 5/1. That’s quite a movement, isn’t it? Edward Argar, now at even money, must be starting to look over his shoulder. It all seems a crazy thing to be able to have a flutter on.

NB: Interesting to see Glenys Roberts added to the list.

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3 Comments on The 66-1 shot

  1. I’m fairly sure a donkey with a rosette would have more chance than Lee Rowley. You’re basically not going to bet on him unless you are simultaneously (a) interested in London local government and (b) unable to read.

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  2. Concerned_Parker // January 19, 2012 at 7:02 pm //

    No return for Danny Chalkley?

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  3. Alderman Albert Shanker // January 20, 2012 at 3:04 pm //

    Did someone suddenly bet last year’s parking surplus on Davis then?

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