Dutch people in the United Kingdom
56,000 (2013 ONS estimate)
|Regions with significant populations|
|London, South East England and Scotland|
|English, Dutch, West Frisian|
|Roman Catholicism and Protestantism|
Dutch people in the United Kingdom, also known as Anglo-Dutch people, include British people of Dutch ancestry and people born in the Netherlands who live in the United Kingdom. The 2001 UK Census recorded 40,438 Dutch-born people residing in the UK. More recent estimates by the Office for National Statistics put the figure at 56,000 in 2013. The 2011 Census recorded 57,439 Dutch-born residents in England, 1,642 in Wales, 4,117 in Scotland and 515 in Northern Ireland.
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