Funeral poverty is rising and the government are spending less than ever to help grieving people who can't afford a funeral.
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The government have announced plans to make their funeral fund simpler and fairer. The fund is available to some people who would otherwise been unable to afford a funeral.
When we first started campaigning for fairer funerals in 2014, only 10% of funeral directors in the UK had any prices at all on their websites.
Student Alex Craven writes about losing his husband Paul, being unable to afford a funeral.
By Alex Craven
This is a critical time to persuade the government to take action on funeral poverty.
Today we held a parliamentary drop-in event for MPs, calling on their support for a child funeral fund, to spare grieving parents the added trauma of funeral poverty.