The Britons are heading to a general election on Thursday, but the most challenging part of the polls isn’t which party will win the most seats, but the margin by which it will acquire that victory. Boris Johnson Conservative party is favored to win most seats. Bookmakers are giving the party a 95.2 percent chance of retaining most seats at an odd of 1/20 while the opposition party of Labor has longshot odds of 14/1.

Labour party has revived in the past two weeks, but that is unlikely to affect the results, as the odds of Conservative winning the majority seats have reduced. However, the situation of tactical voting may hold some surprises to the results.

Since 2017, the UK government’s effort to take decisive action to deal with Brexit has been hampered by lack of a party with majority seats. The Labour party has promised radical changes, which include the nationalization of rail, mail, water, and energy. This will finally usher a new era of the “Green Industrial Revolution.” On the other hand, the Conservative party has been campaigning with a simple mission, to “Get the Bretix Done,” they are convinced that Britons are tired with the Bretix saga and want a way out.

Lack of a party with majority seats is an indication that the country is divided over Bretix. The Scottish Nationalist Party (SNP) plans to arrange another Brexit referendum if it is elected while the Liberal Democrats want to cancel Brexit completely. Parties that want to stay in the EU are divided among opposition parties. The Labour party supporters who voted in favor of Brexit might decide whether to support the tribal party or leave the EU.

According to, voters are aligning themselves to topple Boris Johnson party, by putting their political differences aside. An analysis published last week by the campaign team “Best for Britain,” found that if 41,000 people voted tactically in 36 of 650 constituencie, Boris Johnson could be denied the majority seats in the UK. In a situation of “hung parliament”, where no single party wins the majority seat, then prime minister will be required to form a coalition government with another party. The prime minister can also resign and ask the opposition to form the government. The conservative has promised to sign the withdrawal agreement with the EU in January if they retain the majority seats.