oldjerry wrote: Anyhow my point remains the same,why let an airbrushed, regicidal loser disrupt important council business? It's a disgrace.
It's the spirit of inquiry OJ - very valuable.
And it gives various specialists the opportunity to exercise their various skills.
A visitors centre containing an exhibition could be built in a corner of the carpark to house the bones and to attract bus loads of passing North American tourists who might be dimly related to Dicky III. Their generous donations would provide gainful employment for one or more otherwise unemployable history graduates, and of course the construction itself would provide a valuable income for a local family-run firm of builders.
Finally the nearest pub could be renamed the Richard III with an attached family restaurant, perhaps called the (My Kingdom for a) Hungry Horse, serving things like the Princes in the Tower skewered mixed grill, the world famous Hunch Burger and Bosworth Bangers & Mash.