There will be a ‘trial of facts’ allegedly – tho this has not been officially confirmed.
The decision is expected to be released next week and would overturn the Crown Prosecution Service’s decision in April not to pursue Lord Janner.
Barrister’s reported conclusion in favour of trial for historical child sex offences would put director of public prosecutions under pressure to resign
Alison Saunders is getting a pasting elsewhere too
MP questions ‘value for money’ of £393,000 pension contribution – funded by the taxpayer – as part of Director of Public Prosecution’s pay package
It’s not just MP’s who are questioning………………