MP raped boy in flat and photographs of abuse were shared among Westminster paedophiles, public inquiry is told
New rape allegation made against former Leicester MP, the late Greville Janner Ciaran Fagan 6 FEB 2018
The inquiry team has confirmed up to 40 people or organisations, including
33 alleged victims, have been granted core participant status.
Core participants will be granted special rights throughout the inquiry,
such as receiving documents, making legal submissions, suggesting questions and
receiving advance notice of the inquiry’s report.
The seven organisations include Leicestershire Police, Leicestershire
County Council and the Labour Party – all of whom will be asked about why he
was not charged with offences against children when he was alive and well and
what was known about his sexual interest in children.
Speaking at the inquiry’s first preliminary hearing in the Janner strand,
in March 2016, the former counsel to the inquiry Ben Emmerson QC said: “The
allegations in summary are Greville Janner exploited children and perpetrated a
full range of sexual offences against them, including what would now be termed
The offending was alleged to have taken place at children’s homes in
Leicestershire and hotels, and dated between 1955 and 1988, the hearing was