More census returns for England (but not all) have been added to the online 1911 census site.
The complete counties of Northumberland, Cumberland and Westmorland, which comprise 443,204 new records, are now live on 1911census.co.uk. In addition, data for the Gateshead area, consisting of 84,195 new records, has now been added to County Durham.
Although 1911census.co.uk says that this means that the whole of England is now online and searchable, this is not yet the case. They seem to have forgotten that parts of England near the Welsh border were enumerated in Welsh enumeration districts. Lydney and Coleford in Gloucestershire, for example, were enumerated as parts of the Chepstow and Monmouth EDs respectively.
The Welsh counties are scheduled to be added to the database soon, however.