Black pensioner, 74, stopped from playing dominoes wins fight against Westminster Council injunction


Ernest Theophile (pictured), 74, took Westminster Council to court after it banned him and his friends from playing dominoes 'loudly' in a public square. He now hopes to have the injunction thrown out after a judge ruled the council failed to take into account his racial equality rights.

Ernest Theophile (pictured), 74, took Westminster Council to court after it banned him and his friends from playing dominoes ‘loudly’ in a public square. He now hopes to have the injunction thrown out after a judge ruled the council failed to take into account his racial equality rights. 

A black pensioner who was banned from playing dominoes ‘loudly’ with his friends in a public square has won a legal fight against the local council. 

Ernest Theophile, 74, and a group of elderly…



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