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That this House believes the judicial position of the Chief Coroner would provide much needed national leadership for the coroners system, significantly improve the experience of bereaved families and operate a new appeals process; notes the support for a Chief Coroner from charities and organisations including the Royal British Legion (RBL), INQUEST, Victim Support and CRY; further notes that the RBL has stated that the Government's alternative proposals will fail to meet the needs of bereaved armed forces families and that the creation of the Chief Coroner is essential to improving bereaved armed forces families' experience of military inquests; and therefore calls on the Government to support bereaved families by leaving the Chief Coroner out of the Public Bodies Bill.
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