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The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said that it is considering the "procedural implications" of the sex abuse case against Lord Janner, who died at the weekend.
The CPS said the matter will be considered at a court hearing next year.
A trial of the facts is due to take place in April after Janner was ruled unfit to stand trial over alleged historical child sex offences due to his advanced dementia.
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Lawyers in the child sex case of the late Lord Janner are to return to the Old Bailey in the new year to discuss the next steps.
Alleged victims of Lord Janner could still have their cases heard in court, despite the former Labour peer's death.