Warwick University: Richard III 'had a high-protein diet'

Living conditions in England during medieval times were fat better than previously believed, according to Warwick University.

Tests on the bones of Richard III, whose remains were recently found in a Leicester car park, revealed that he had a high-protein diet. This confirmed suspicions of his high status.

The average income in medieval times was twice the rate today in the world's poorest nations.

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Judicial review for Richard III's final resting place

A group of relatives of King Richard III, whose body was unearthed from a council car park last year, have won the right to bring High Court proceedings to challenge a plan to rebury his remains in Leicester.