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A wheelchair user said she was refused entry to a nightclub by a bouncer who said the music was "too rowdy" for her. Lucy Webster, 24, a BBC journalist, tried to get into Aquum - a wheelchair-accessible club in south-west London - on Saturday night. After first being told by door staff that it was not safe, she was then told that the music was not suitable. Aquum said it "deeply apologises" for what would seem to be an "error of judgement" by third-party contractors. Lucy was in a bar with two friends - one who is her carer - in Clapham when they decided to continue on to a nightclub. She said a quick internet search told her that nearby Aquum was wheelchair-accessible. The club was busy ... Full story

25 March

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