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UK asylum seeker needs even more proof he's gay

Valerie Ediage seeks asylum in the UK, but The Home Office needs more proof he's gay.

An asylum seeker who left his country of Cameroon to settle in the UK says he fears that he will be deported because The Home Office says they don't have enough evidence to prove he is gay.

Valerie Ediage, 30, who lives in West Bromwich arrived in England six years ago, fleeing his homeland for fear that if he were to remain there, he would be imprisoned or worse. 

RGOD2: African architect of homophobia supported by PEPFAR?

Should retired Anglican Archbishop of Uganda, Henry Luke Orombi, famed for spreading homophobia throughout Africa, be allowed to come to the U.S. to raise money for his causes?

How employers can leverage LGBT workers' potential

“Our new study finds that while progress has been made, discrimination remains pervasive. We outline a number of steps employers can take to improve the climate in the workplace and enable their LGBT employees to maximize their potential.”

"Ex-gay" therapy is harmful, UK government says

“It is incumbent on professionals working in the National Health Service to ensure that treatment and care, including therapy, is provided to every patient without any form of discrimination.”