March 6, 2011 on BBC Breakfast
From BBC News:
Campaigners are urging members of the public who are not religious to say so in the national census.(via TreVelocita)
For only the second time, the 10-yearly survey will include an optional question about religious belief.
Some secular groups, including the British Humanist Association, say the question is skewed and may overstate the extent of religious affiliation.
The campaign slogan was changed to drop the words "for God's sake" after advice from advertising regulators.