Queer and trans rights group Stonewall has announced it will not take part in London Pride because the event "isn't diverse enough," and will instead march with UK Black Pride.
Last year, the group submitted a report voicing concerns over London Pride's lack of inclusivity for non-White communities.
"Pride in London rejected those concerns from the community in the strongest terms and, as yet, have failed to make any public acknowledgment that they may need to make significant changes if Pride in London is to be an event for everyone," Stonewall said.
Pride responded by calling the report "inaccurate."
"Embracing diversity in all its forms, and supporting organizations like UK Black Pride, is absolutely at the heart of our mission as a team," the organization said.
"We are working closely with the community advisory board and are dedicated to making Pride a success for all our communities."