It IS Richard III: Scientists reveal DNA results confirm 15th century king's body has been found under a car park in Leicester University of Leicester academics unveil their findings at press conferenceDNA sample matches that of a descendant of the king's maternal lineSkeleton's spinal curvature also matched accounts of the humpback king Remains were uncovered by archaeologists at former church in LeicesterHistorical records say he was taken to the city after he was killed in 1485 By Damien Gayle PUBLISHED: 10:42 GMT, 4 February 2013 | UPDATED: 14:51 GMT, 4 February 2013 Human remains found buried beneath a social services car park in Leicester are those of Richard III who was killed in battle in 1485, archaeologists confirmed today. In an extraordinary discovery which rewrites the history books, the skeleton of the last of the Plantagenet kings was identified by DNA analysis after researchers traced his living descendants
Backlash at Paul Daniels's 'schoolgirl kiss' claim: Savile documentary maker brands magician a 'disgrace' | UPDATED: 01:45 GMT, 26 December 2012 Paul Daniels was described as a 'disgrace' yesterday after his admission that he once kissed a schoolgirl who could have been under age. The 74-year-old magician attracted widespread criticism after publishing an article on his internet blog in which he also questioned the validity of claims made by alleged victims of the Jimmy Savile abuse scandal. Daniels went on to say that he could not recall all of his past lovers and he hoped they had all been over the age of consent.