Lord Janner abuse: Alleged victims were 'let down' by institutions.

A report has concluded that children who claimed they were being abused by the late Labour peer Lord Janner were "let down by institutional failings".

The former MP died in 2015 having been charged with 22 counts of historical child sexual abuse.

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