Read more:LGBTQ+ on screen: We've come a long way but there's more work to doPride parade has become 'overly corporate', says one of UK's leading LGBTQ+ rights activistsPlease use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player'There's still a danger to this community'Earlier, Mayor of London Sadiq Khan warned there was still a "danger" to the LGBTQ+ community in London, telling people not to be "complacent" at the event.He said: "We're back after the last two-and-a-half years or so.
This year is the 50th anniversary of Pride, celebrating this community, celebrating the progress made, but also continuing to campaign and never be complacent."We saw this time last week an attack in Oslo just hours before that parade, where two people lost their lives and more than 20 were injured."So, we've got to be conscious of the fact that there's still a danger to this community of discrimination, bias and violence.
But allies like me are really important to support this community."Prime Minister Boris Johnson also hailed this year's events, saying in a statement: "It gives me the greatest pride to lead a country where you can love whomever you choose to love.
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