- Future of Christianity in Europe left in doubt as young people reject religion
- Majority of 16 to 29-year-olds across Europe are non-religious, study shows
- In the Czech Republic, 91 per cent of young people do not follow a religion
- In the UK, the percentage of young Muslims is close to overtaking the percentage of young Anglicans
Christianity in Europe is dying out as young people continue to turn away from religion, new research has suggested.
A majority of 16 to 29-year-olds do not follow a religion across the continent, with the Czech Republic the least religious among this age group, experts found.
The breakdown of religious affiliation in 22 European countries shows that more than two thirds of young Britons have no religious affiliation.
Europe is becoming increasingly secular as young people turn their back on religion, with 91 per cent of youths in the Czech Republic identifying as non-religious
In the UK, only seven per cent of young adults identify as Anglican, and 10 per cent categorise themselves as Catholic.