Twelve former residents of children’s homes say they were abused by Lord Janner, a BBC investigation has found, as criminal proceedings end.
The peer, who died before a court could examine claims of child abuse against him, regularly visited homes in Leicester in the 1970s and 1980s.
An ex-police officer says he reported suspicions about Lord Janner, a decade before police began a full inquiry.
Lord Janner, who had dementia and died aged 87 in December, had denied abuse.
Tom Symonds reports.
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