sardia wrote:What's the latest polling or betting market say ?
No clear favourite. The polls have a small lean to Leave, on aggregate, on but with figures that would probably topple Cameron/Osbourne without necessarily requiring their successors to actually leave, especially with the inter-nation splits in the UK.
I don't use or endorse any bookie sites, but I suppose this one's as good as any for getting the info from people who are usually quite good at not losing large sums of money by their guesses, unlike their customers:
http://sports.williamhill.com/bet/en-gb ... Be%3F.html
Edit: for future reference, when that link changes/expires, current info is thus::
UK To Vote To Remain In The EU: 1/2
UK To Vote To Leave The EU: 13/8
England To Vote To Remain In The EU: 8/15
England To Vote To Leave The EU: 11/8
Scotland To Vote To Remain In The EU: 1/33
Scotland To Vote To Leave The EU: 10/1
Wales To Vote To Remain In The EU: 1/2
Wales To Vote To Leave The EU: 6/4
England to Vote Leave / Scotland to Vote Remain: 8/5