A Uganda woman who was raped by her uncle to ‘cure’ her sexuality has won the right to asylum in the UK.
Harriet Nakigudde, 30, is now a free woman after a traumatic two months at the mercy of the Home Office.
They refused to believe she was a lesbian despite the evidence and were going to send her back – possibly to her death.
That’s when campaigners rallied to rescue her and Gay Star News shared the truth about her story.
And a little less than an hour ago (31 July), her solicitor rang her to tell her she had won her appeal.