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(BBC NEWS) — For the first time, more than half of people in the UK do not identify as religious, a survey suggests.
Last year 53% of people described themselves as having “no religion”, in a survey of 2,942 adults by the National Centre for Social Research.
Among those aged between 18 and 25, the proportion was higher at 71%.
The Bishop of Liverpool said God and the Church “remains relevant” and that saying “no religion was not the same as considered atheism”.
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