Thousands gathered on Old Compton Street, Soho last night to remember the victims of the shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, which left 49 dead.
London's LGBT community, and countless other people, were out in force to show their solidarity with Orlando, by way of a one-minute silence, chanting, banner waving, dancing and a mass hand-holding.
— Pride in London (@LondonLGBTPride) June 13, 2016
Long-time gay rights activist Peter Tatchell was on Old Compton Street last night (pictured second from right):
As was Mayor of London Sadiq Khan.
And Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn:
Similar vigils were taking place around the rest of the country, and the world.
Elsewhere in London, many of the the city's major organisations including TfL and the National Theatre have been flying the Pride flag: