The Home Office has agreed to suspend the deportation of an Albanian woman and her daughter after three MPs appealed to the government.
The law student was on her way to Italy where she says she was drugged and sold into prostitution.
The woman, who now lives in Norfolk, escaped to England and claimed asylum but this was rejected.
Norfolk MPs George Freeman, Richard Bacon and Clive Lewis raised the case with the Home Office.
The woman feared she would face an honour killing if she returned home with her two-year-old child.
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