Lord Janner is unfit to stand trial over allegations of child sexual abuse spanning four decades, a High Court judge has ruled.
Mr Justice Openshaw told the Old Bailey the 87-year-old peer had “advanced and disabling dementia”.
Both prosecution and defence barristers had agreed at a previous hearing that Greville Janner was not well enough to take part in a criminal trial.
Lord Janner is accused of 22 counts of sex offences against boys.
The peer, who was suspended from the Labour Party in April, denies the allegations.
He is accused of 15 counts of indecent assault and seven counts of a separate sexual offence against a total of nine alleged victims.
The Old Bailey heard the allegations spanned the years 1963 to 1998. Twenty-one of the charges relate to children who were aged 16 or under at the time.
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