Turkish is second most spoken language in Wood Green and Tottenham

Haringey Independent: A map showing the areas in London where more than 5 per cent of people speak another language. Map created by Neal Hudson A map showing the areas in London where more than 5 per cent of people speak another language. Map created by Neal Hudson

Turkish is the second most spoken in Wood Green and Tottenham, according to a London estate agent.

Neal Hudson, an analyst who works with Savills’, marked out parts of the capital where more than five per cent of the people speak another language.

According to the data from the 2011 census, the second most spoken language in Wood Green and Tottenham is Turkish followed by Polish.

Yiddish is also widely spoken in south Tottenham.

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8:48pm Fri 3 Jan 14

Lizzie71 says...

England is a joke. The place where no one actually speaks English
England is a joke. The place where no one actually speaks English Lizzie71

10:11pm Tue 7 Jan 14

Seema Chandwani says...

@Lizzie71

This article stated clearly that Turkish is the *second* most spoken language in Haringey. It means that English is the *first*. .... !

The beauty of Haringey, 196 different languages, open to everyone including those who can't read!
@Lizzie71 This article stated clearly that Turkish is the *second* most spoken language in Haringey. It means that English is the *first*. .... ! The beauty of Haringey, 196 different languages, open to everyone including those who can't read! Seema Chandwani

9:12am Fri 10 Jan 14

GenghisKhan says...

Send them all back.
Send them all back. GenghisKhan

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