Disgraced peer Lord Janner made secret official visits to Parliament several months after police were told he was too ill to be questioned over child abuse allegations, it can be revealed today.

Documents obtained by The Mail on Sunday show that the Labour politician was well enough to go to Westminster three times after medics said his dementia meant he could not be interviewed by detectives.

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