Election 2017: What are the bookmakers’ odds for North Devon and Torridge and West Devon?
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With two weeks to go until the General Election, here are the latest odds on who will claim the region’s seats.
Along with other bookmakers, Paddy Power are offering on odds on who will win all seats across the United Kingdom.
According to their odds, it’s the Conservatives to lose, with Peter Heaton-Jones and Geoffrey Cox both favourites to hold the seats they won in the 2015 election.
The Liberal Democrats are the closest challengers, with the bookmaker offering odds of 5/2 on Nick Harvey taking the North Devon seat over Mr Heaton-Jones, who is priced at 1/4.
In Torridge and West Devon, Mr Cox is 1/40 on to hold his seat, while Liberal Democrat David Chalmers has odds of 12/1 to take the constituency.
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Conservatives (Peter Heaton-Jones) - 1/4
- 1 Fugitive jailed after car chase between Bideford and Barnstaple
- 2 Hotel restriction in Westward Ho! will not be lifted
- 3 Finance manager jailed for stealing almost £1m from Witheridge company
- 4 Bid to make Ilfracombe pier car park long stay rejected
- 5 Jail for toothache attacker in North Molton
- 6 'Once-in-a-generation' Bideford development given 'full support'
- 7 Man hospitalised after alleyway assault in South Molton
- 8 Police seek driver after horse riders injured in Westward Ho! incident
- 9 Man wielding knife arrested in Barnstaple park
- 10 Braunton farmer admits ploughing up 'semi natural' land
Liberal Democrats (Nick Harvey) - 5/2
UKIP (Steve Crowther) - 50/1
Labour (Mark Cann) - 100/1
Green (Ricky Knight) - 500/1
Torridge and West Devon
Conservatives (Geoffrey Cox) - 1/40
Liberal Democrats (David Chalmers) - 12/1
Labour (Vince Barry) - 80/1
Independent (Robin Julian) - 200/1
Green (Chris Jordan) - 500/1