Claim that Richard III result is known - denied by University of Leicester
A National newspaper report that a body has already been identified as that of Richard III has been denied.
Richard Taylor, of the University of Leicester, also denied a claim in the Daily Telegraph the team was holding back information until a Channel 4 documentary is screened in January.
Telegraph science correspondent Nick Collins claimed sources "close to the project" had told him the remains had "already been identified as those of the king but information is being held back ahead of a major press conference next month".
Mr Taylor said: "We have not identified the skeleton found in the Greyfriars car park as King Richard III.
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"We also have no contract with Channel 4 that we are withholding evidence.
"What I can say is nothing we have found so far rules out the possibility the remains could be Richard.
"The results of all the tests have not come back. Those results will have to be analysed."