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Exclusion of black people from pub not on racial grounds

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    Kambo and others v Vaulkhard 26 November 1984 CA (0 other reports)

Kambo and others v Vaulkhard (CA, 26.11.84) EOR1C upholds a finding that a publican did not discriminate on racial grounds by excluding some black people from his premises in the mistaken belief that they were part of a group who had previously caused trouble. This case also illustrates the limitations of the damages provisions for indirect discrimination.