- Tyne Tees
A skeleton discovered under a car park in Leicester has been confirmed as the remains of King Richard lll - who died 528 years ago.
There is now controversy over where the bones should eventually be re-buried.
The City of York has a strong claim, as Derek Proud reports.
Watch his full report below.
Descendants of Richard lll, who are campaigning for his remains to be buried in York, face a longer wait for the High Court ruling
The debate over where the former monarch should be re-buried has continued since his remains were found in Autumn 2012.
More than 1,000 people have signed an official petition to have Richard of York's remains brought back to Yorkshire.