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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.
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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.'.
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