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London Assembly launches World Pride inquiry

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  1. Cardinal Capone 20 Sep 2012, 3:46pm

    What emerged in response to the crisis was actually pretty good, with less commercialism and a great atmosphere.

    Maybe what is needed is less bureaucracy, more spontaneity. Too many committees and too much money can just kill something sometimes.

  2. World why inquiry?

  3. Robert Brown 20 Sep 2012, 9:45pm

    Actually . . . whilst many were putting forward the point that it should be more political and less partying . . . many were highlighting the fact that bars / clubs etc are vital for a healthy pride.

    Many people are not ‘out’ or feel comfortable taking part in a parade . . .

    Some of the issues / talks etc are a bit ‘too’ political and are at times missing the point.

    Both are required . . . not one, or the other.

  4. GingerlyColors 21 Sep 2012, 7:35am

    After hosting the best ever Olympic and Paralympic Games ever, I hope that London will go on to host the best ever Gay Pride in the near future. Money is alway an object when it comes to hosting a major public event and there will always be those who oppose such spending.

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