Now find Cardinal Wolsey! After remains of Richard III were found, the undiscovered bones of Henry VIII"s Lord Chancellor are next on the…

Now find Cardinal Wolsey! After remains of Richard III were found, the undiscovered bones of Henry VIII's Lord Chancellor are next on the historic wish listChurchman is known to have also been buried in Leicester's abbey in 1530Historians think his tomb was destroyed later in Henry VIII's reignAttempts to locate Wolsey's remains in 1820 and the 1930s drew blanks By Leon Watson PUBLISHED: 02:21 GMT, 14 February 2013 | UPDATED: 02:27 GMT, 14 February 2013 The successful search for the skeleton of Richard III has prompted calls for a fresh bid to locate the remains of another major historical figure buried in Leicester. Cardinal Thomas Wolsey is known to have been buried at the city's abbey in 1530, but his bones have remained undiscovered. The churchman, Henry VIII's Lord Chancellor, died at the abbey while travelling to London after being accused of treason when he failed to secure the annulment of the king's marriage to his first wife Catherine of Aragon

IQ tests are "meaningless and too simplistic" claim researchers

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Former BBC presenter "strenuously denies" child sex offences claiming his links to corporation "attracted undue attention"

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Christmas mad DJ turns home into 20,000 winter wonderland featuring 60,000 lights and its own festive radio station

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