One in eight people in England and Wales are now foreign-born.
The Muslim population has surged from 1.55m in 2001 to 2.7m in 2011.
Here is the UK Census mapped:
Census 2011 mapped and charted: England & Wales in religion, immigration and race | News | guardian.co.uk
A timely warning for Ireland. Let's clamp down on immigration, particularly the unskilled, uneducated. We must limit Muslim immigration too, don't want another France here.People who identified themselves as Muslims in 2011 numbered 2.7 million, up from 1.55 million in 2001. Muslims now make up 5% of the population, compared with 3% in 2001. The change came as the number of Christians of all denominations fell 12%, a drop of 4.1 million.
The London borough of Tower Hamlets was the least Christian, while Knowsley in Merseyside was highest.
Who thinks this is a "good thing" and why?