I don't remember money being mentioned in the documentary as a specific reason that the exhumation didn't go forward. Jay was talking about how much they had paid for the tests that they were getting from Mr. Ruskin and that they didn't have any more money, but I don't specifically remember them saying we can't have the exhumation because there's no money. All it said on the gray screen at the end was "necessary permissions." Whether that was a euphemism for "no money," I don't know. But I don't have the greatest memory the world has ever known, so I could be wrong.
If there is anything worse than the sandwiches, it is the sausages which sit next to them. Joyless tubes, full of gristle, floating in a sea of something hot and sad, stuck with a plastic pin in the shape of a chef’s hat: A memorial, one feels, for some chef who hated the world, and died, forgotten and alone among his cats on a back stair in Stepney. – Douglas Adams