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University to release DNA results Richard III's death marked the end of the Plantagenet dynasty and the beginning of the Tudors The results of DNA tests on bones found by a team searching for the lost grave of Richard III are due to be released.
It took one saliva swab to turn Michael Ibsen from an unknown carpenter into the man at the centre of the century's biggest British archaeological discovery. Tomorrow he and the world will be told if his DNA confirms that the body of Richard III has
A new BBC show is set to show the scandalous affairs of the royal playboy princes, which will make Prince Harry's recent indiscretion appear distinctly small fry. Prince George, Duke of Kent, indulged in a bohemian lifestyle among the underground
Former nanny Sarah Hallcup, 27 A nanny employed by the youngest son of the Duke of Wellington was today convicted of helping her boyfriend burgle their country home. Lord Christopher Wellesley and his wife Lady Emma Wellesley entrusted Sarah Hallcup,
The crowd waits patiently as a sensibly-dressed, middle-aged woman wanders along the queue, handing out flyers and apologizing for the delay. "He's been waiting hundreds of years," says one woman, gesturing towards the archway up ahead with a smile. "
Prince Harry opened up about Prince William and Kate Middleton 's baby news this week, in a rare press conference held in Afghanistan. The 28-year-old Harry said, Obviously I'm thrilled for both of them . . ...In all seriousness, the prince, who has
It was Heath who didn't bother with a vote & sold out Britain to the EU & he was a Tory !...Reuben Camara , Morecambe, United Kingdom, 26/1/2013 00:53 Click to rate Rating 11 'The Prime Minister may not have his predecessor's taste in Gannex
Winston Churchill We've talked in the past about how the heirs of Martin Luther King Jr. and James Joyce have a long and unfortunate history of being ridiculous about letting anyone quote their dead ancestors. Both families have abused copyright law
Marking the 50th anniversary of a momentous year 15 January 2013 Last updated at 05:24 ET It is 50 years since one of the most event-filled British political years of recent times...The Prime Minister Harold Macmillan resigned on health grounds, to
Royal baby girl 'would be princess' A new law has been published saying their first child will be monarch whether it is a boy or girl The Queen has confirmed that if the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's baby is a girl, she will be a princess and