EU referendum: Camden and Haringey vote Remain, but country headed for Brexit
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Camden and Haringey voters have opted overwhelmingly to remain in the European Union.
In Camden, more than 75 per cent of people who went to the polls voted to remain - but pundits are now predicting the country will leave.
Of 96,281 voters, 71,295 voted Remain, while 23,838 decided to Leave.
And in neighbouring Haringey, 79,991 voted remain, 25,855 opted for leave.
Following Camden’s declaration, leader Sarah Hayward told the Ham&High: “It’s a good result for Camden, it’s a shame it wasn’t enough to make up for the rest of the country.”
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She added that she is feeling “pretty depressed”.
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