35 pictures from Pride in London: The capital’s biggest display of love


Pride in London welcomed more parade marchers than ever before ‘ while there were plenty of fierce queens working the parade route like it was fashion week.

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Pride in London welcomed more parade marchers than ever before, as the streets of the British capital were painted rainbow for the 46th annual event.

Despite some unwelcome anti-trans lesbian protestors highlighting that there are still issues of transphobia from within the community, overall there were hundreds of thousands of people celebrating and supporting every person from across our vibrant community.

Courtney Act, George Shelley and Alexandra Burke were among some of the performers on the day, while there were plenty of fierce queens working the parade route like it was fashion week.

  • Publisher: Gay Times
  • Date: 2018-07-09T17:00:26+01:00
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London Pride 2018 brings capital to a halt in the most fantastic way

London Pride 2018 is well underway and has brought the capital to a halt in the most fantastic fashion.

Thousands are expected to descend on London in all of their rainbow finery and launch the street party of the year as we celebrate love in all of its forms.

Many Londoners will have been greeted by signs at tube stations saying: ‘Here in London, you’re free to love whoever you want to love and be whoever you want to be’.

Further on.

It is estimated over one million people will take to the streets and approximately 30,000 people and 472 organisations will join the annual parade, which is one of the world’s biggest LGBT+ celebrations.

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  • Publisher: Metro
  • Date: 2018-07-07T13:08:21+0000
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The five countries that set world culture

Rather than military, political or economic might, it’s the culture of these countries that most strongly impacts the wider world.
Global influence is often measured by military, political or economic might, but for some countries, it’s the strength of the culture – its food, fashion or entertainment – that most strongly impacts the wider world.
These culturally influential countries were recently ranked by U.S. News and World Report, based on factors like being perceived as prestigious, fashionable, trendy, happy, modern or culturally significant in terms of entertainment

We spoke to residents in the five top-ranked countries, which exemplified these areas of cultural influence, to find out how their nation make a global impact and what it’s like living in a place that defines the international cutting-edge.

  • Author: Lindsey Galloway
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The advertising giant is accusing its former founder of breaching “confidentiality obligations” with his proposed takeover of the Dutch production house, a company Sorrell first encountered while serving as WPP CEO.

WPP’s lawyers have written to Sorrell stating that any move to make MediaMonks the first acquisition by his new venture S4 Capital would be “unlawful” because he is using information gathered while he and WPP were considering buying the business last year, prior to his resignation as CEO in April.

  • Publisher: Marketing Week
  • Date: 2018-07-02T07:55:42+01:00
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