Over 1,000 jobs in Haringey will be at risk if there is a ‘no deal’ hard Brexit, according to a report published by Sadiq Khan.

Figures in the report predict that if no deal is agreed on the Single Market, Customs Union or transition arrangements by March 2019 when the UK could be leaving the European Union, 1,100 jobs in the borough may be lost.

In the report it is estimated that a ‘no deal’ Brexit would lead to there being 77,600 jobs in Haringey by 2030.

However, it is stated that if the UK remained in the Single Market and Customs Union there would be 78,700 jobs.

Sadiq Khan, the Mayor of London, said: “Haringey residents and businesses will be shocked to learn of the huge economic risks – and human costs – at stake in the Brexit negotiations.

“It is up to the Government to secure a Brexit deal that protects Haringey from a decade of lower growth and fewer jobs.

“My worry is that because of the Government’s mishandling of the negotiations, time is running out if they are to secure jobs, growth and prosperity in Haringey, across London and throughout the entire UK.

“This analysis shows why the Government should now change its approach and negotiate a deal that enables us to remain in both the single market and the customs union.”

The Cambridge Econometrics report, commissioned by the London Mayor in 2017, is part of an analysis of the impact of five different Brexit scenarios on London and the UK.

The same report shows that there could be 87,000 fewer jobs in London 12 years from now, and 482,000 fewer nationally.

Ben Gardiner, director at Cambridge Econometrics, said: “Our analysis is particularly valuable to local leaders because it indicates the potential impact on employment and output of Brexit under a range of scenarios, which is necessary given the uncertainty surrounding the final outcome of negotiations.

“Rigorous analysis and robust evidence such as this could also be usefully applied to other parts of the UK helping political and business leaders plan for the future.”

The Cambridge Econometrics report can be accessed at www.london.gov.uk/brexit -analysis.