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A bomb scare delayed the start of Brighton Pride by over an hour today. The opening parade had to be re-routed after the discovery of a suspect package on the seafront. It was safely blown up by army bomb disposal experts. Pride is celebrating its 25th anniversary, and organisers say there's a record turnout of around 200,000 people. Malcolm Shaw reports.
It's been confirmed that the body of a man who died in Dubai is that of missing forty-nine-year-old Thomas Wynn.
Detectives in Sussex had been searching for him after he failed to answer police bail.
He was wanted in connection with a five million pound conspiracy to supply heroin. His death is not being treated as suspicious.
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Up to 200,000 people are expected to take part in this weekend's Pride in Brighton and Hove. The event - celebrating the LGBT community - is in its 25th year and predicted to be the biggest yet.
But for one couple it marks a very special personal milestone too. 92 year old David Montague has chosen this weekend to marry his long-term partner. Malcolm Shaw has been to meet them.