The remains of Richard III are likely to stay in Leicester according to Ladbrokes.
Facts about the Northamptonshire born King, Richard III.
The history of King Richard III will be remembered today, as part of a medieval battle re-enactment, hosted by the University of Leicester.
The MP for Skipton and Ripon is supporting calls for the remains of King Richard III to be returned and re-interred in North Yorkshire.
Julian Smith claims that before his death in 1485 Richard of York said he wanted to be buried at York Minster.
– Julian Smith MP, Con Skipton and Ripon
It has been repeated through the centuries that his wish was to be buried in York and, now his remains have been discovered, his wish should be granted.
Mr Smith continued: “No-one wants another war over this. We should thank Leicester for discovering his remains but they should now be returned to North Yorkshire for the proper burial he deserves in the place he wanted to be remembered.
“I will now be writing to the University of Leicester and Ministry of Justice, who granted the licence for the exhumation, to make this case.”
Experts at the Royal Armouries in Leeds have revealed the sort of weapons which may have been used to kill Richard III.
Archaeologists in the midlands yesterday confirmed they had discovered the body of the last king of the House of York. Now a Leeds historian is piecing together just what happened to the man who gave battle in vain.
A former Leicester grammar school could become a Richard III visitor centre.
Leicester City Council bought St Martin's Place for £850,000.
It is located near the site of the archaeological dig where human remains thought to be of the King were found.