Spot the missing nationality
(Via Not Proud of Britain)
Update. I've just had a quick read through the Office for National Statistics paper 2011 Census: Assessment of initial user requirements on content for England and Wales (pdf). Under the heading Ethnicity and National Identity, ‘British‘, ‘Welsh’ and even ‘Cornish’ get a mention, but the word 'English' does not appear once. In fact, it only appears in the document in relation to language proficiency, and even then questions relating to the Welsh language are given pre-eminence. On language proficiency, the ONS has concluded that Welsh will remain a topic for analysis in the 2011 census whilst English will be kept off, even though it received a higher requirement score in the assessment (Welsh 71, English 76).
One more thing - the assessment paper says 500 users were consulted but doesn’t list them. This isn't good enough, especially from our national statistics body.
Sign the pledge (hat tip Gareth).