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by Rex Wockner
Some 2,000 people took to the streets of Edinburgh, Scotland, May 7 for gay pride. The procession began on East Market Street and ended at the Omni Centre.
Officers from several Scottish police forces marched in uniform along with Deputy Chief Constable Steve Allen of the Lothian and Borders Police, who is the diversity and equality chair for the Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland.
Newly elected openly gay parliamentarian Marco Biagi also joined the parade.
The Lothian and Borders Police area includes Edinburgh and about a quarter of Scotland’s population.