HC Deb 10 June 2002 vol 386 cc1085-6W
Dr. Fox

To ask the Secretary of State for Health, pursuant to his answer of 7 March 2002,Official Report, column 545W, what the Department's definition of a permanent memorial or marker is. [56992]

Ms Blears

A permanent marker or memorial for a grave would be regarded as being formed from a non-perishable material, for example stone. A permanent marker in respect of a cremation would depend on whether ashes had been interred or scattered. This would take the form either of a marker for a grave, an entry in the book of remembrance, or a permanent memorial plaque.

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