Lord Janner

Lord Janner

Lord Janner’s Accusers Vow To Go After His Millions

Alleged sex attack victims of Lord Janner have vowed to continue their legal battle against the disgraced former Labour peer hours after learning of his death. The veteran politician, who had been suffering from dementia for several years, died peacefully

Lord Janner

Accused Lord Funds Legal Defence With Tax Payer Cash

Labour peer Lord Janner has been given a team of publicly funded lawyers following a judge’s ruling on Monday that he is unfit to stand trial on child sex abuse charges. Earlier this week 87-year-old Lord Janner was ruled too ill to face trial

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Lord Janner ‘Too Ill’ To Face Child Sex Abuse Trial

LONDON – Lord Janner (pictured left), an 87-year-old member of the House of Lords, is too ill to face trial on charges of serious child sex crimes, a judge ruled on Monday, after months of legal argument over the peer’s

Lord Janner

Lord Janner Ordered to Attend Sex Abuse Hearing

Lord (Greville) Janner, an ageing member of the House of Lords, was ordered on Friday to appear in court to face charges of serious child sex crimes, despite defence lawyers arguing he was too unwell to attend. Janner, 87, former

Janner: Won't be prosecuted.

Lord Janner WILL Face Prosecution For Historic Child Abuse

Lord Janner of Braunstone will be prosecuted for historic child abuse offences dating from the 1960s to 1980s, the Crown Prosecution Service confirmed today. The first hearing in the criminal case will be heard in court this August. The decision

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Bojo Joins Battle To Prosecute Janner For Alleged Sex Abuse

Boris Johnson has joined a campaign mounted by a group of senior politicians who want to see Lord Janner prosecuted for alleged sex abuse after the case was dropped for the second time. The Labour Peer was first accused of

Lord Janner

Doubts Raised Over Severity of Lord Janner’s Dementia

Doubts are growing over the severity of Lord Janner’s dementia, after it emerged that he wrote and signed a letter to the House of Lords only two weeks ago. His poor mental health was cited by Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP)