Davie went on to claim that Life had used "inaccurate information" in their application to exhibit at the show. Lambeth Council's official Twitter account repeated that allegation later that day.
The claims against Life were repeated in the national press in subsequent days.
Life offers information and support to women in crisis pregnancies and provides accommodation for homeless pregnant women.
The organization said they explicitly described themselves as "a pro-life charity" in their application. Their submission to Lambeth Council included pictures of similar stalls they had run at past events. Their application was submitted in January 2018, and approved by the council in April.
Anne Scanlan, Life's Director of Education, told CNA in July that "nothing on our stall was offensive."
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"There were lifelike fetal models and pictures of the unborn baby at different gestational stages which can be seen on any pregnancy website, including the National Health Service," Scanlan said.
On Tuesday, Liz Parsons, Head of Advocacy for Life, called the damages "a victory for common sense and freedom of expression."
"In a climate where the prolife voice is being shut down by local authorities across the country, we want to be clear that we are not going anywhere. For almost five decades we have stood firm in our provision of support for women and advocacy for the life of the unborn," she said in a statement released by Life.