Haringey and Brexit
42,000 people in Haringey are from other EU countries (almost 1 in every 6 Haringey residents). Friends, neighbours, family and colleagues, these people make an enormous contribution to the cultural and economic life of our borough.
Haringey Council is determined to ensure that Haringey, its residents and businesses receive the best possible deal from Brexit. Haringey is not alone in needing to address the impacts of Brexit. We are working with a number of regional and national partners and our business partners, in order to ensure Haringey’s voice is heard, and the rights of our residents are protected.
Statements from the Leader of Haringey Council
- Full council: Leader's statement on Brexit - 11 October 2018
- Leader's Brexit commitment to EU citizens - 10 October 2018
Advice and support
Whether a resident or a local business, below are some useful Brexit information resources:
Advice and support for EU citizens in Haringey:
- Brexit FAQs
- Nationality and citizenship service
- Register to vote
- Information for EU Citizens in the UK - GOV.UK (external link).
- Staying in the UK after Brexit - Citizens Advice Bureau (external link)
- Advice for European Londoners - Mayor of London (external link)
Advice for voluntary organisations and businesses:
- Advice for voluntary organisations - NCVO (external link)
- Advice for businesses - Confederation of British Industry (CBI) (external link)
- Small Business Brexit Pack - Federation of Small Businesses (external link)
Other useful links:
- Government department for Exiting the European Union - GOV.UK (external link)
- Advice for Councils - Local Government Association Brexit guidance (external link)
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