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4 September 2019
Royal London has published it's annual National Funeral Cost Index for 2019. Among other findings. the report shows that the cost of funerals has risen by only 0.7% in the last year, while...
16 November 2010
Demos’ Dying for Change report provides further compelling evidence for the need for a national debate about how our society should help people achieve the death they want.
15 November 2010
Too many people are dying in hospitals and care homes, and not at home the way they want to, says a report from Demos.
11 November 2010
The Royal British Legion was formed in 1921 to support the veterans of the Great War. But since then, Britain has been involved in many other wars and fields of Service, creating a continuous supply of Service men and women, and their families, who need the British Legions assistance.
11 November 2010
Millions of people are expected to observe a two-minute silence at 1100GMT to mark Armistice Day. Ceremonies will take place across the UK to honour all who have fallen since WWI, including the 110 servicemen killed in Afghanistan in the past year.
8 November 2010
Around 70% of us would prefer to die in our own homes just like Coronation Street stalwart Jack Duckworth according to research for the Dying Matters Coalition.
4 November 2010
By Jane Elliott, Health reporter, BBC News Is our fear of dying - and of talking about it - costing us the death we want?
1 November 2010
A survey released today has revealed that three out of four (75%) people in England do not set aside time with friends and family around this time of year to remember loved ones who have died.
27 October 2010
Reflecting on World Palliative Care and Hospice Day 2010, members of the Dying Matters Coalition share with Eulogy Magazine their heartache and satisfaction of helping those with life-limiting illnesses. From doctors and nurses to gardeners and volunteers, those who care for the dying are a diverse group. Here, three key figures with very different experiences speak exclusively to Eulogy to tell us about the heartache and the satisfaction of helping those with life-limiting illnesses.
27 October 2010
Eulogy Magazine, the worlds first magazine to celebrate life and death, asks: Have you heard of Dying Matters?
11 October 2010
At some point, many of us have thought about when, where and how we might die. It is comforting to imagine a peaceful death at home surrounded by our close family and friends. But often a death is in a hospital, which can cause problems for dying patients and their family.

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