An asylum seeker who claims his life will be in danger if he's deported to Jamaica has been told he must leave the country tomorrow.
There were emotional scenes among Orashia Edwards' family and supporters outside Leeds Crown Court after a judge ruled against his application to stay.
Mr Edwards is bisexual and says his sexuality puts him at risk in his home country.
Orashia and his mother Vienna say they are hugely disappointed by the decision:
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