Yorkshire chapel may be Richard III's

A team of archaeologists from the University of York believe they have discovered the remains of a 15th century chapel ordered to be built by Richard III to commemorate the Battle of Towton (1461).

"We were beginning to think there was no structural remains left but we eventually came across large chunks of medieval masonry. We've talked to various stonemason experts and they have said 'yes it is almost certainly evidence of a late 15th century ecclesiastical structure," said lead archaeologist, Tim Sutherland.

Experts say a larger excavation will be needed to confidently identify the building.