census 2011

Polish has been named as the second most spoken language in England and Wales after the 2011 census revealed 1% of the population
Half of people (50%) working in London primarily use public transport to travel to work, according to the 2011 Census. This
Polish is the second most common main language in England and Wales with more than half a million speakers, according to
Nearly 140,000 people living in England and Wales, around half a percent of the population, cannot speak English at all the
Global demographic shifts become amplified in immigration gateways like London. To see what this might mean politically, consider the long history of demographic change in America.
Of all the changes announced by the 2011 census, one of the most startling is the rapid change in the ethnic composition of London's population. This has caught experts by surprise and reflects an underestimate of the extent to which white British people have opted to leave an increasingly diverse London.
So what does the growth in the number of Muslims mean? Inevitably, the Far Right will claim we are witnessing the 'Islamification of Britain'. More sober minded people will rightfully recognise that this is not occurring whatsoever.
We know from research done since the last census that most people who tick 'Christian' do so for cultural or ethnic reasons rather than religious ones and only 48% of those who tick 'Christian' believe that Jesus Christ was real person who was the son of god and rose from the dead.
So what has happened in this country in the decade since the last census? What has caused this huge flight from religion? It's complicated, but we have to take into account that in that intervening period we have had the trauma of 9/11 and the subsequent rise in Islamic militancy.
The Sith Lord has been hard at work in England and Wales since the rise of the Jedis in 2001, with the Jedi population declining