Kader said the committee has “many” more initiatives it will introduce in 2024 and in the “City of Culture” celebrations in 2025. The majority of Bradford residents are Christian, according to 2021 census data. In 2021, people in Bradford who “described themselves as Christian” made up 33.4% of the population, which was down from 45.9% in 2011, according to the Office for National Statistics. Meanwhile, people who “described themselves as Muslim” made up 30.5% of the population in Bradford, a figure up from 24.7% in 2011. A total of 28.2% of residents in 2021 reported having “no religion,” which was up from 20.7% a decade earlier. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
Why? Will you be forcing other faiths in Bradford to observe multi faith symbols in the name of diversity and inclusion, or does this only apply to important events within the Christian calendar? https://t.co/E8vLbZLdJH— Darren Grimes (@darrengrimes_) November 14, 2023