This year’s Belfast Gay Pride parade is in doubt after complaints from Christian groups.

The march, which is scheduled for 6 August, has been held in Northern Ireland’s capital for the last 14 years, BBC News reported.

But Belfast’s Parades Commission, which rules on controversial parades, will review whether the event will be held this year after Christian groups called it “offensive”.

A representative of protest organisation Stop The Parade, Jonathan Larner, said: We find the whole parade morally of

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