Funeral plans: government urged to set up fund for victims of failed providers

Recent collapse of funeral company Safe Hands left 46,000 customers facing losses

The government has been urged to set up an emergency fund to help victims of failed funeral companies, after a recent collapse of a firm left 46,000 people facing losses.

In March, Safe Hands collapsed into administration, in a blow for customers who had used it to cover their funeral costs.

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