Lawyers acting for Lord Janner have lost a High Court bid to prevent him having to attend court tomorrow to face child abuse charges.
Lawyers had wanted the hearing at Westminster Magistrates Court to be halted, to give the former Labour peer and MP chance to pursue a judicial review of the decision forcing him to attend.
They argued that the 87-year-old is suffering from dementia, and forcing him to be in court in person was a violation of his human rights.
After today's High Court ruling, he must now attend the preliminary hearing to face 22 charges ranging from the 1960s to the 1980s.
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