House of Commons
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EDM #1008
Tabled 04 February 2013
2012-13 Session
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That this House congratulates the excellent work of the University of Leicester in establishing beyond reasonable doubt that the remains discovered under a car park in Leicester are that of King Richard III; recognises that the discovery is testament to the world-class team at the university; and welcomes that the discovery will place Leicester firmly on the map as a centre for historical research and archaeology.

Signatures (28)

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Helen Goodman
"at end add `and notes that it was in Barnard Castle on 22 June 1483 he was called to be King, so suggests that is where he should now be laid to rest.'."
Tabled 14 February 2013
2 Signatures