London Borough of Haringey

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London Borough of Haringey
Lunnon burgh
Coat of arms of London Borough of Haringey
Coat of arms
Official logo of London Borough of Haringey
Cooncil logo
Haringey shown athin Greater Lunnon
Sovereign state Unitit Kinrick
Constituent kintra Ingland
Region Lunnon
Ceremonial coonty Greater Lunnon
Status Lunnon burgh
Admin HQ Wood Green
Incorporatit 1 Aprile 1965
Government
 • Type Lunnon borough cooncil
 • Body Haringey London Borough Council
 • Leadership Leader (Cllr Claire Kober) & Cabinet (Labour)
 • Mayor Cllr Eddie Griffith
 • MPs Lynne Featherstone
David Lammy
 • Lunnon Assembly Joanne McCartney AM for Enfield an Haringey
 • EU Parliament Lunnon
Area
 • Total 11.42 sq mi (29.59 km2)
Area rank 311t (o 326)
Population (2010 est.)
 • Total 225,000
 • Rank 68t (o 326)
 • Density 20,000/sq mi (7,600/km2)
 • Ethnicity[1] 47.6% White Breetish
3.6% White Erse
14.1% Ither White
1.4% White & Black Caribbean
0.8% White & Black African
1.2% White & Asie
1.3% Ither Mixed
3.0% Indie
1.3% Pakistani
1.6% Bangladeshi
1.7% Ither Asie
8.3% Black Caribbean
9.1% Black African
1.3% Ither Black
1.5% Cheenese
2.2% Ither
Time zone GMT (UTC0)
 • Summer (DST) BST (UTC+1)
Postcodes {{{postcode_areas}}}
Polis force Metropolitan Polis
Website www.haringey.gov.uk

The London Borough of Haringey Listeni/ˈhærɪŋɡ/[2] is a Lunnon burgh, in North Lunnon, classifee'd bi some definitions as pairt o Inner Lunnon, an bi ithers as pairt o Ooter Lunnon. It wis creatit in 1965 bi the amalgamation o three umwhile burghs. It shares borders wi sax ither Lunnon burghs. Clockwise frae the north, they are: Enfield, Waltham Forest, Hackney, Islington, Camden, an Barnet.

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  1. Data Management and Analysis Group, Greater London Authority, Demography Update October 2007, (2007)
  2. It is interesting to note that pupils in local schools at the time the borough was created in 1965 were taught that the new borough's name should be pronounced with the ending sounded as in the endings of Finchley, Hackney or Hornsey - Valerie Crosby, Archivist, Bruce Castle Archives, London Borough of Haringey, 2007

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