Police have raided the home of Labour peer Lord Janner as part of an investigation into historical allegations of sex abuse.
Leicestershire Police confirmed that officers had searched a property in Barnet, north London and said that the former MP had not been arrested.
A spokesman said, "Leicestershire Police can confirm its officers have executed a search warrant at a property in Barnet, London, as part of an ongoing criminal enquiry. No arrests have been made at this stage."
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