This handout picture released by Buzzfeed News on June 10, 2016 shows British Prime Minister David Cameron taking part in a BuzzFeed News and Facebook live EU referendum debate in London. / AFP / BuzzFeed News / Facebook / ADAM GRAY /
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Betting odds on a British vote to exit the European Union narrowed Saturday after an opinion poll gave the "Leave" camp a double-digit lead over "Remain".The implied probability of a vote to stay in the EU in a June 23 referendum fell to 70 percent from 78 percent earlier this week, according to odds supplied by bookmaker Betfair.Bookmaker Ladbrokes said the ORB poll had caused it to shorten its Brexit odds to 9/4 from 11/4 previously."We thought the Brexit rally was finished but the leave odds have tumbled again on the back of the eye-catching 10 point poll," said a Ladbrokes spokesman.Asked about the contradiction between the betting odds and the poll, he said the former reflected the weight of money in the market.
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