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June 24, 2016, 09:31:55 AM
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In this bets , poland vs switzerland match will be tough as both team are very good so score will be less goal and may be draw so under 2.5 is good bet,
 wales vs northern ireland match wales is very strong in this match wales is clear win .

croatia vs portugal seeing the portugal last match performance little bit doubt on them so their wont be much goal in this match under 2.5 goal is good bet.
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June 24, 2016, 02:29:33 PM
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Next UK Prime Minister, Predict at Fairlay 

After the UK voted to leave the European Union, Prime Minister David Cameron announced this morning that he will step down by October. He had urged the country to vote Remain but was defeated by 52% to 48%, so Cameron thinks that after this country needs a fresh leadership. And who will that be?

Yes, you surely think of Boris Johnson. Future Prime Minister Boris? His fortunes have soared dramatically as Britons voted to leave the European Union, as he has neatly positioned himself to become a main player in any ensuing Conservative leadership challenge. And exactly that happened today.
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June 27, 2016, 06:14:49 AM
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WIMBLEDON ROUND 1     it's all green and white as most prestigious tournament begins!
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June 27, 2016, 06:26:00 AM
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EURO 2016 continues with great matches today:

#SPAIN VS. ITALY# 

#ENGLAND VS. ICELAND# 
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June 28, 2016, 06:36:54 AM
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Australian Prime Minister after federal election


Australian federal election will be held on the following Saturday, July 2, and will determine all 226 members of the 45th Parliament of Australia, as well as the next Australian Prime Minister.

The race for the next Australian Prime Minister is between two party leaders: it will be either Liberal leader, and the current Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull or Labor leader Bill Shorten.
At the start of the year, Shorten was given almost no chances, but recently he is by some seen as a surprise winner, though Turnbull is still the first favorite with the chances of around 70%.

Recent survey showed that Australians' trust in politicians hit two-decade low, so could this influence following election, and help Shorten? On the other side, recent polls are still not going in his favor.
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June 29, 2016, 06:31:23 AM
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When will Article 50 be triggered?  

Rarely have 250 words been so important – five short, obscure paragraphs in a European treaty that have suddenly become valuable political currency in the aftermath of Britain’s decision to leave the EU. Those 250 words are part of the Article 50 of the Lisbon treaty which sets out how an EU country might voluntarily leave the union.

The UK prime minister David Cameron had repeatedly said during the campaign that Article 50 would be triggered immediately if Vote Leave were to win the Brexit referendum. Vote Leave won but Article 50 wasn’t triggered.
In fact, in his resignation speech, Cameron made it clear he was in no hurry to push the button. “A negotiation with the European Union will need to begin under a new prime minister and I think it is right that this new prime minister takes the decision about when to trigger article 50 and start the formal and legal process of leaving the EU,” he said.

So, if not Cameron these days, who and when will push the button? It is not sure whether will the UK get the new prime minister before the end of the year, and that opens another question: Will article 50 ever be triggered?
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June 29, 2016, 04:46:02 PM
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Next Scottish independence referendum result, predict at Fairlay 

Immediately following the UK referendum on British membership in the EU, in which a narrow majority of UK voters as a whole voted to leave the EU while a majority of Scottish voters voted to remain, Nicola Sturgeon, Scotland's First Minister, said on that a second referendum on Scottish independence was "highly likely".

If the reason was not clear enough, Sturgeon emphasized that the Scottish Government, the devolved legislature of Scotland, would begin preparing legislation to hold a second Scottish independence referendum to secede from the United Kingdom as a consequence of Britain's vote to leave the European Union.

With referendum happening, it would be second Scottish independence referendum after 2014 when Scotland voted to remain part of the United Kingdom, with 55.3% of the electorate voting against the proposal for Scotland to become an independent state and 44.7% voting in favor of the proposal. So, what would happen second time?
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June 30, 2016, 06:47:46 AM
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Portugal vs. Poland 
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June 30, 2016, 04:45:39 PM
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Who will lead in Trump vs. Clinton polling on July 6?  

CNN announced yesterday that a new Quinnipiac University poll shows Hillary Clinton leading Trump by just two points, 42% to 40%, which is a much closer race than other recent surveys have shown. But, at the same time, polling guru Nate Silver said that Donald Trump has just a 20 percent chance of defeating Hillary Clinton in November and notes that the former first lady has a lead no candidate has blown in a generation.

What is important for Hillary’s supporters is polling data at RealClearPolitics where she has +6.0 or Over lead for the five straight days, though it went down to 5.0% today, after being at 6.8% two days before. So, where will it stop in seven days? Can Hillary keep her lead above 6.0% or even move it over 7.0%, or will Donald start to move it down?
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July 01, 2016, 09:25:20 AM
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*Belgium vs. Wales* 
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July 02, 2016, 06:18:33 AM
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Who will Donald Trump choose as a Republican Vice Presidential Candidate?

Republican National Convention is set to be held July 18–21, so in the following two weeks Donald Trump should choose his Vice Presidential Candidate that will be announced on the Convention. And though in the recent weeks multiple high-level Republican sources confirmed the names on the short list, final name is still not known.
And, as most knew before, that list is topped by former House Spekaer New Gingrich who is the first favorite on the markets. He is followed by Chris Christie, New Jersey Gov., and Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions. There are few names more, but many think that one of those will try to help Trump to become the next President.

Republican Vice Presidential Candidate 

Both Gingrich and Christie are skilled communicators who could bring political experience that Trump lacks. And they both want this job, as Trump for plenty of reasons struggled to get support from some of the popular Republicans. Christie is also high on the list, as he is one of the first establishment Republicans to endore Trump.
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July 02, 2016, 06:28:06 AM
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GERMANY VS. ITALY 
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July 03, 2016, 07:08:44 AM
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Will Tim Kaine be Hillary’s safe vice presidential candidate, or will she decide to risk a bit with someone else?

How important the dates of National Conventions can be had been shown once again this year as Democrats have a big advantage of holding their convention second, so Hillary Clinton can make her final vice presidential decision with the full knowledge of the Republicans ticket. With this in mind, she won’t hurry though both Conventions (July 18–21 for Repubicans and July 25–28 for Democrats) are in few weeks time.

Republican Vice Presidential Candidate, predict at Fairlay:
https://www.fairlay.com/predict/registered/new/republican-vice-presidential-candidate-1/.

And as Newt Gingrich and Chris Christie are first favorites to be on the ticket with Donald Trump, it is Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine who is emerging as the leading candidate on the Hillary’s short list. Kaine has executive experience, solidity, values, critical state and overall profile as someone who would be a good vice president. He even came to Hillary two years ago, and over the past year traveled to seven states as her surrogate.

Still, with Hillary running for the President, many progressive-leaning Democrats would like to see historic two-woman ticket, and it could be provided if Hillary chooses Sen. Elizabeth Warren as her veep. Warren would also soothe the hurt feelings of millions of Bernie Sanders supporters who find great appeal in the message of an economic system that is rigged for those at the top.

Democratic Vice Presidential Candidate, predict at Fairlay:
https://www.fairlay.com/predict/registered/new/democratic-vice-presidential-candidate-1/.

Only problem is lack of any personal relationship between Hillary and Warren to draw on. With this in mind, there are opinions that Julian Castro, Sherrod Brown, or Tom Perez would be better options. And there is also talk about few dark horses, like Minnesota Sen. Al Franken. Anyway, Hillary has luck that she has time to look at all the options. So, what is your opinion? Will she go with Tim Kaine as a safe card, or risk with someone else?
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July 05, 2016, 06:42:38 AM
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July 05, 2016, 06:46:02 AM
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July 05, 2016, 06:59:59 AM
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July 05, 2016, 03:29:54 PM
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Next French President, Predict at Fairlay 

'Call me Madame Frexit,' said last year Marine Le Pen, the head of France’s far-right National Front, who recently announced that she would hold a referendum on the country’s membership in the EU within six months of attaining power, unless France can end the free movement of people and leave the ‘failed’ euro.

Few days ago Alain Juppé, front-runner to become French president in next year's election, said he wants to move the UK border back on British soil. "The logic requires that border controls should take place on British soil," he said. However, in regards of Brexit, Juppé also added everything was "up for negotiation."

At the same time, French President Franocis Hollande has seen his popular support plummet down to just 12 percent, as 86 percent said they did not like the way Hollande was tackling the country’s problems? So, who will be the next French president as presidential election is scheduled for April 23, 2017 for the first round and May 7, 2017 for the runoff?
And as Hollande has said before he will decide by the end of this year whether to run again, he is not given huge chances to be reelected. In fact, former president Nicolas Sarkozy stands bigger chances to regain country’s power, though he has not formally declared his intention to be elected but is widely believed to wish to do so.

However, on November 20 and 27, Sarkozy's Republicans are organizing their first ever primary, and Sarkozy will he have to defeat former foreign affairs minister and prime minister Alain Juppé, who is currently mayor of Bordeaux. But, at the same time, Juppé is given by far the biggest chances to become the next French president.
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July 06, 2016, 09:29:49 AM
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Portugal vs. Wales - EURO 2016 
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July 06, 2016, 09:34:44 AM
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Roger Federer vs Marin Cilic 
Sam Querrey vs Milos Raonic
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga vs Andy Murray 
Tomas Berdych vs Lucas Pouille 
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July 07, 2016, 07:03:44 AM
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