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Pride in London - live: March gets underway as thousands celebrate in the capital

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LIVE – Updated at 13:45Pride in London has returned to the capital for the first time since 2019, celebrating 50 years since the very first march took place in 1972.

More than one million people are expected to descend on the capital for the parade, which begins from 12pm on Saturday (2 July).

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