Richard lll burial: York, Leicester, London or Worksop?

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The confirmation that bones found in a Leicester car park are Richard lll have prompted competing claims as to where the king's remains should be buried.

Adam Fleming explained the background, before MPs Chris Skidmore, John Mann and Jon Ashworth spoke about his links to London, Leicester, York and the Nottinghamshire town of Worksop, with calls for a state funeral and national holiday.

Jo Coburn explained a Facebook poll of Daily Politics viewers showed York was leading Leicester, but not a single vote for Worksop

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