Policy that no death would be given priority on faith grounds upset Jewish and Muslim groups

A senior coroner has been ordered to abandon a “cab rank” policy on hearings after a high court judge ruled it was unlawful and discriminatory as it refused to take account of religious beliefs.

Mary Hassell, the coroner for inner north London, was told to draft a new policy meeting the needs of all members of the community.

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