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Council elections 2014: Find your nearest polling station in Camden, Haringey and Barnet

PUBLISHED: 07:00 22 May 2014 | UPDATED: 10:36 22 May 2014

Polling stations will be open to voters in Camden, Haringey and Barnet between 7am and 10pm. Picture: PA Wire/Rui Vieira.

Polling stations will be open to voters in Camden, Haringey and Barnet between 7am and 10pm. Picture: PA Wire/Rui Vieira.

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Polling stations for this year’s council elections in Camden, Haringey and Barnet are now open.

Registered voters are able to vote at designated polling stations in the boroughs between 7am and 10pm today.

Residents will also be able to vote in the European parliament election.

For a full list of polling stations in Camden, click here. For polling stations in Haringey, click here. And for a list of polling stations in Barnet, click here.

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