This video from Britain says about itself:
Bisexual Asylum Seeker in Home Office Battle Has Deportation Flight Cancelled
29 May 2015
Immigration authorities have cancelled the deportation flight of a Jamaican asylum seeker who faced removal from the UK after the Home Office refused to accept he was bisexual.
34-year-old Orashia Edwards had been held at Morton Hall immigration removal centre in Lincolnshire after being detained during a scheduled meeting with immigration officials. His family were told he could be deported at any time from May 5, but Edwards was instead detained for nearly a month before being released pending a further appeal against his rejected claim for refugee status – the latest in a series of prolonged periods in detention.
That was then. And now …
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Bisexual Jamaican wins his long fight for refugee status
Friday 22nd January 2016
After hearing the news, Mr Edwards, who has family in Leeds, said: “I want to thank everyone who has supported my campaign over the years.
“None of this would have been possible [without their efforts]. I’m finally allowed to work so have applied for my national insurance number and can go get a job and open my own bank account. Things are really looking up for me.”
A Leeds No Borders campaign spokesman said: “He is no longer living in constant dread and is able to make real plans for his future.”