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Refused Bereavement Grant: Would You Qualify?

Grieving student nurse Refused Bereavement Grant. Beccy Oxley is in thousands of pounds worth of debt after being refused government help for her dad’s funeral. She is a student nurse and as next of kin, she was asked to pay for the funeral which cost £3,500.  Unfortunately, the Department of Work and Pensions decided that …

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Low Cost Cremation Plans – The Way Forward?

Low Cost Cremation Plans – are they the way forward? Leading bereavement expert says MPs’ Report On The State of Funeral Provision Is inaccurate. As British Funeral Culture Is Changing Rapidly. We at the Prepaid Funeral Review feel that there is some truth in that.  However, in the vast majority of cases, there will be …

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Clueless Funeral Arrangers: How Not To Mess Up A Funeral

Clueless Funeral Arrangers Most family members or friends who end up with the job as funeral arrangers are clueless.  Not because they are daft or inexperienced (though they probably will be inexperienced!)  It will be because they don’t have a clue what the deceased actually wanted to happen.  Four in ten don’t even know if they wanted to …

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FUNERAL POVERTY DEBATE IN HOUSE OF COMMONS

FUNERAL POVERTY DEBATE IN HOUSE OF COMMONS. The funeral poverty debate raises many questions, and we present a useful solution for many families below. These initial comments are from the National Society of Allied and Independent Funeral Directors. Afterwards, we present at least a partial solution. “MP for Belfast East Gavin Robinson tabled a debate on 14th …

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