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Nigerian LGBT activist granted asylum in the UK

Aderonke Apata had been seeking asylum for 13 years

A Nigerian gay rights activist has won her 13 year fight to claim asylum in the UK. Aderonke Apata came to the UK in 2004 because she says she was persecuted in Nigeria. Homosexual acts are banned there and are punishable by up to 14 years in jail. She told Nkem Ifejika what life was like back in Nigeria. (Photo: Aderonke Apata Credit: Aderonke Apata)

Volunteer quits over squire 'betrayal'

A National Trust volunteer stops working at Felbrigg Hall over the "outing" of its former owner.