Treatment of a homosexual asylum seekers

The UK Supreme Court in HJ (Iran) and HT (Cameroon) ruled, to compel a homosexual person to return to their country of origin and pretend...
The UK Supreme Court in HJ (Iran) and HT (Cameroon) ruled, to compel a homosexual person to return to their country of origin and pretend that their sexuality does not exist, or that the behaviour by which it manifests itself can be suppressed, to avoid persecution, is to deny him his fundamental right to be who he is.

The Court when onto state that homosexuals are as much entitled to freedom of association with others who are of the same sexual orientation as people who are straight.

Those in this position should be afforded protection by the UK.

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