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‘Culture of deference’ may have protected Lord Janner, abuse inquiry hears

Alleged victims have had ‘justice denied’, barrister tells inquiry into child sexual abuse

A “culture of deference” may have obstructed investigations into the late Lord Janner, a barrister representing more than a dozen of his alleged victims has told the child sexual abuse inquiry.

Addressing the opening session of an inquiry into how the authorities dealt with multiple complaints about the former Labour MP and peer, the barrister Nick Stanage regretted that for his clients, “justice delayed” had been “justice denied”.

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