David Cameron’s chances of keeping the U.K. in the European Union are better than his odds of winning the vote against Scottish independence were at a similar point in the 2014 referendum campaign, according to punters trading on Paddy Power BetFair Plc’s betting exchange. The probability of British voters opting to remain in the EU exceeded the odds against a breakup of the U.K. for the first time this week after EU President Donald Tusk proposed limiting benefits for foreign workers in the U.K. and measures to safeguard the City of London. Scots eventually voted by 55 percent to 45 percent to remain part of the U.K.
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Cameron's `Brexit' Odds Better Than He Faced in Scotland: Chart
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