BRIN have just published some new interesting statistics:
Under the heading of ‘Religious Affiliation’ we find:
56% to 58% of Britons consider themselves to be a ‘member’ of Christianity, and 7% to 9% of a non-Christian faith, while 32% to 33% claim they have no religion. 18-24s are most likely to say they have no religion (42% to 47%) and over-65s the least (20% to 24%). Non-Christians are most prevalent among the 18-34s and in London (where they form one-fifth of the population).
BRIN also cover stats for: Interfaith matters, Religious education and Same-sex marriages (Scotland).