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According to Paul Dillane, a former expert in refugee issues at Amnesty International, one of the biggest problems for asylum seekers in gaining refugee status is credibility – simply, proving that they are gay.

Yet despite all this, and regardless of the fact that Eric has since been recognised as a victim of torture – which statements by both the Home Office and High Court make clear should exempt him, and others like him who were tortured before claiming asylum in the UK, from being detained – he remains in a high-security immigration centre, locked in his room between 9pm and 8am each night, and still faces the prospect of deportation with little warning.

Homosexuality in his birthplace of Ghana is illegal, and LGBT people face widespread discrimination, police harassment and extortion attempts.

The government agrees with that position, but in practice, years after the Supreme Court's judgement, we’re still seeing cases that raise serious concerns about how the credibility assessment takes place.” Dillane highlighted “inappropriate, shocking and highly sexualised questions”, as well as assumptions about what it is that "genuine" gay people should be doing.

“Asylum seekers survive on about £5 a day, and yet civil servants at the Home Office find it bizarre if they're not going gay clubbing in their local community.