Calls for overhaul of Pride in London after series of resignations

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Campaigners urge rethink amid allegations that people of colour faced hostile environment

Campaigners have described the resignation of Pride in London’s co-chairs and senior directors as a landmark moment for the body and called for a fundamental rethink of how the UK’s largest Pride march operates.

Five directors including the co-chairs Michael Salter-Church, who founded the organisation, and Alison Camps resigned with immediate effect on Friday following a turbulent week amid allegations of a hostile environment for people of colour and bullying within the organisation.

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