DSTRKT nightclub petition

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DSTRKT nightclub petition

The women at the centre of the race row over DSTRKT nightclub have launched a petition calling for Westminster Council to review the Soho venue's license. A protest was held after the group claimed two members of their party were refused entry as they were considered "too dark" and "overweight". DSTRKT has denied the accusations. Lin Mei, Zalika Miller and Tasha Campbell have now give their first sit down interview.

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