Pride parade in London: Thousands join the LGBT march

Pride parade in London: Thousands join the LGBT march


More than 26,000 people were estimated have taken part in the parade. This colourful parade took a 2km route which began north of Oxford Circus, in Regent Street, and was watched by a crowd that was expected to number about a million



The annual march, now on its 45th year, marks 50 years since homosexuality was decriminalised in England and Wales.



The first official Pride march in London took place in 1972 and saw 2,000 men and women. Last year's big event saw more than 40,000 people join the march.



As recorded before , the rainbow flag has been projected on to the Palace of Westminster for the first time in celebration of the event.





And for peoplewho said , "Is there still a pride needed?" .



The policeman who proposed at London Pride at London Pride faced so much hated afterwards on social networks by homophobic comments that it was enough to 'wish he had never done it'.



More than 26,000 people were estimated have taken part in the parade. The annual march, now on its 45th year. 'Love Happens Here'

Pride parade in London: Thousands join the LGBT march


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