April 2021 53% of UK non-religious
The British Social Attitudes Survey – April 2021
Some 68% of 18-24 year olds say they belong to no religion,
versus just 18% saying they are Christians.
All state schools are required by law to hold a daily act of collective worship, of a “broadly Christian character.”
26 bishops of the Church of England serve in the House of Lords, but only 12% of the UK population identify as Anglican, down from 15% in 2017.
When will out-dated religious priviledge in the UK be ended?