Quinta should have been granted leave to remain two years ago, as the wife of a political refugee. But he suffered a miscarriage of justice, became suicidal, and disappeared. She then lost her own case and all further Appeals. She and her two small daughters are now in danger of detention and return to Cameroon at any time. Quinta fled forced marriage and circumcision, and fears her daughters would be subject to the same fate - if she avoided imprisonment, destitution and worse, on arrival. We, the undersigned, ask the Minister for Immigration to right the wrongs done to this young woman who has suffered so much, and to her two innocent children, by awarding them compassionate leave to remain in their community in Britain and to live normal, safe and useful lives.