Who can attend a funeral?
Funeral ceremonies must have no more than 30 people attending, whether indoors or outdoors. This number does not include anyone working at the event.
The actual number of people able to attend will depend on how many people can be accommodated safely within the premises with social distancing, and where the organiser has carried out a risk assessment and taken all reasonable measures to limit the risk of transmission of COVID-19. In some cases, this may be fewer than 30 people. Keeping overall numbers as low as possible will reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19.
Limits for funeral ceremonies held as part of communal worship that follows COVID-19 secure guidelines will be defined by the capacity of the place of worship. Guidance on places of worship is available.
If only homelessness could be solved by throwing some money at it.How so? No offence intended just my own view on the state of inequality in a wealthy nation.
If you had been born with that amount of privilege and wealth you have no idea of how your ideas might have turned out.I of course appreciate that. If I had that kind of prestige I would be constantly poking Boris and his ilk in the big political shed down the road to pull their fingers from their bottoms and do something meaningful.
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