Bookie makes Boston joint favourite General Election choice for Nigel Farage

Boston UKIP leader Nigel Farage visiting Boston.
Boston UKIP leader Nigel Farage visiting Boston.

A bookmaker makes Boston and Skegness the joint favourite constituency to be chosen by Nigel Farage for the 2015 General Election campaign.

Paddy Power is offering odds on where the UKIP leader will stand at the next election – with Boston and Skegness neck and neck with Folkestone and Hythe in Kent, both on 9/2.

Farage visited Boston in the run up to May’s county council elections and features on the panel of BBC’s Question Time when it comes to Boston High School tonight.

Punters can also get odds of 5/1 on North Thanet and South Thanet – both also in Kent.

Eastleigh, the former constituency of former Liberal Democrat cabinet minister Chris Huhne, is 13/2. UKIP managed to finished second there in the by-election earlier this year when Mr Huhne resigned.

Louth and Horncastle is 14/1 and Gainsborough is 16/1.