• Britons bet on Conservative win but Labor PM


    LONDON: Gamblers are revelling in Britain’s knife-edge general election, betting record amounts of money on the race to take 10 Downing Street. And the flow of punters’ money is showing the Conservatives winning a majority of seats, but Ed Miliband becoming prime minister after the May 7 vote. “We wouldn’t call it a flat campaign at all: it’s the biggest political betting event we’ve ever seen,” said Graeme Sharpe, spokesman for bookmakers William Hill.



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