Who will win the 2019 general election according to the latest odds and polls
It will soon be time for the British public to vote in a general election to decide the political future of the country. Following further deadlock over how to approach the critical issue of Brexit , MPs in the House of Commons have backed a general election on December 12 to allow people to vote on what comes next. Prime Minister Boris Johnson leads the Conservative Party in the hopes of increasing their power in Westminster, facing the likes of the Leader of the Opposition and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn , and Liberal Democrats leader Jo Swinson. There will also be campaigns from the likes of the Scottish National Party, Plaid Cymru, the Brexit Party, the DUP, Sinn Fein, and the Green Party. But who is predicted to come out on top? Here are the latest odds and polls Who will win the 2019 general election? The latest odds from bookmakers William Hill show a Conservative Majority most likely at 1/2, with a No Overall Majority at 6/4, followed by a Labour majority at 20/1. Meanwhile, a Liberal Democrat majority sits at 100/1. In terms of the most seats, they have Conservatives at 1/25, Labour at 11/1, Liberal Democrats at 50/1, Brexit Party at 250/1, and Greens at 250/1. Meanwhile, bookmakers Coral have odds on the most seats going to the Conservatives at 1/16, followed by Labour at 10/1, then the Liberal Democrats at 50/1, The Brexit Party at 250/1, and the Green Party at 500/1. In terms of an overall majority, they have a Conservative Majority at 4/7, followed by No Overall Majority 6/4, a Labour majority at 25/1, Liberal Democrats majority at 200/1, and then a Green Party majority at 1000/1. Alternatively, Ladbrokes also have the Conservatives set for the most seats at 1/16, with Labour at 10/1, the Liberal Democrats at 50/1, the Brexit Party at 250/1, and the Green Party at 500/1. They have a Conservative Majority most likely at 4/7, followed by No Overall Majority at 6/4, then a Labour majority at 25/1, a Liberal Democrat majority at 200/1, and a Green Party majority at 1000/1. It would appear that a Conservative Majority is still most likely, but is very closely followed odds for No Overall Majority. Polls Check the Mirror's poll tracker for the latest general election polls . The General Election is held on December 12, 2019. Who do you think will win when voters take to the polls? Let us know in the comments below.