Humanists, eager to see a reduction in the number of people that identify with Christianity, are launching a poster campaign next week ahead of the upcoming census.

During the last census in 2001, 42 million people chose to identify themselves as Christians – almost 72 per cent of the population.

But the British Humanist Association (BHA) believes the number of non-religious people is under counted in the census and the number of Christians is over counted.

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