West Indian dominoes players dismayed by noise ban in London square

Lawyer for local resident Ernest Theophile, 73, says order is ‘likely to be indirectly discriminatory’

Dominoes cannot be played quietly, as any child of Caribbean origin knows

A Thursday afternoon at Maida Hill market square is filled with pensioners happily chatting and playing cards while enjoying the sunshine.

However, over the past year the square has been at the centre of an ongoing row between some of its regulars and Westminster council.

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