Co-founder hits out after organisers set limit of 30,000 people and reject 20,000 applicants

Approximately 20,000 people who wanted to march at the Pride parade in London on Saturday have been told they are not allowed to do so, in a move the march’s co-founder Peter Tatchell has alleged amounts to “anti-LGBT+ discrimination”.

About 50,000 people applied to march, but organisers set a limit of 30,000 at the event, which is authorised by the mayor of London, Westminster council and the Metropolitan police.

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