Alleged victims criticise claims by late peer’s daughter and son that allegations of abuse may have been motivated by money

The alleged child abuse victims of Lord Janner have hit back at claims from the late peer’s daughter and son that the allegations of abuse over three decades may have been motivated by money.

A statement issued to the Guardian by their solicitor says there has been an attempt to caricature the Labour peer’s accusers as gold-diggers even though some first made their claims decades ago.

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