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I agree with the previous 2 comments. If such a precedent is set, where certain groups of people are being prioritised, it can mean people who need closure because of a death caused in very difficult circumstances will have to wait for it, potentially delaying the healing process following a very difficult period in their lives. I do not see how religion should be prioritised over something like this.
Everyone regardless of faith should be dealt with in the same way. We are all equal aren't we? Or are some more equal than others?
It seems to me this is just a publicity thing for Corbyn trying to win votes and is ill thought through.
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