Hitler's toilet seat from Bavarian retreat is set to fetch thousands at auction

The 'prize', is said to have been looted by a US soldier from the Nazi leader's private bathroom at the Berghof retreat in the Bavarian Alps during the Second World War
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Kevin Hart defends his ‘comedic talent’ and rails against critics in Twitter posts
Comedian insisted that ‘hate’ and ‘slander’ only spur him on
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Breath Of The Wild 2 has a secret name that spoils what it’s about
Nintendo has confirmed that the next Zelda game is not really called Breath Of The Wild 2 but they’re worried its real name is a spoiler.
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How to keep pets calm in thunderstorms
Some areas in England to see ‘intense thunderstorms’ over next few days
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US buys 200million more Moderna Covid vaccine doses
The purchase brings America's total order of Moderna jabs up to 500million doses
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Scream 5 director reveals the film is completed: ‘I promise it’ll be worth the wait’
Film will star Courteney Cox, Neve Campbell and David Arquette, along with some new faces
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Met faces official probe on Daniel Morgan ‘corruption’ report
Priti Patel was on Wednesday preparing to send the police watchdog to investigate the Met and the way the force is run, in response to a damning report into the unsolved axe murder of private investigator Daniel Morgan.
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Jimmy Kimmel makes Marjorie Taylor Greene look like Hitler after congresswoman apologises for Holocaust comments
Stunt comes following lawmaker’s apology for comments regarding the Holocaust
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Nóra Quoirin death: Judge overturns ‘misadventure’ verdict in fresh boost for family
The family of a London teenager who died in the Malaysian jungle have received a boost as a judge overturned the inquest verdict that she had died of “misadventure”.
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Four actions we must take to combat escalating climate impacts, according to goverment advisers
A strongly worded report warns UK ministers are not doing enough to protect people from climate chaos. Daisy Dunne examines what we can do to adapt to rising temperatures and more unpredictable weather
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Cheryl says her perception on life changed after falling in love with meditation
Lifting the lid on her lifestyle change, Cheryl told Marie Claire meditation has made helped her deal with inner anxiety, as well as shifting her perception on life as a whole
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New expert group needed to scrutinise Bank of England, says ex-watchdog boss
Lord Tyrie said the Bank’s £895 billion quantitative easing programme threatens to compromise its independence.
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The Smartest Giant in Town review: Fairy tale return for Little Angel Theatre
The much-loved children’s theatre’s opening show is a joy
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Richard Madeley thinks Prince Harry has ‘lost the plot’ and should ‘think a little bit harder’ before speaking
Prince Harry has divided with his latest interviews.
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Piers Morgan calls Love Island contestants ‘dim wits’ and kicks off at producers looking after contestants’ mental health
He took to Twitter to share his thoughts.
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Dominic Cummings’s disclosures are as embarrassing for Boris Johnson as they are for Matt Hancock
Cummings’s claim that the prime minister considered sacking Hancock in the pandemic’s early stages now looks increasingly plausible
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Friends spot venomous adder swimming in the sea during beach day in Wales
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Bitcoin bounce back? Cryptocurrency experts take questions on market limbo
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South Africa marks anniversary of Soweto student protests
South Africa's high rate of unemployment has cast a pall over Youth Day, the holiday honoring the 45th anniversary of the Soweto student protests which played a key role in ending apartheid, the previous regime of racist, minority rule
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New expert group needed to scrutinise Bank of England, says ex-watchdog boss
Lord Tyrie said the Bank’s £895 billion quantitative easing programme threatens to compromise its independence.
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Ex-Met chief defends Cressida Dick over Daniel Morgan findings
Lord Blair of Boughton criticises independent panel judgment and calls Dick ‘finest officer of generation’The Metropolitan police commissioner, Cressida Dick, has been defended by one of her predecessors after an independent inquiry censured her personally for obstruction and found Scotland Yard to be “institutionally corrupt”.Ian Blair, who served as commissioner from 2005 to 2008, criticised the findings of an independent panel inquiring into the unsolved 1987 murder of Daniel Morgan. Continue reading...
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Queen praised for 'correcting' the record when Prince Harry and Meghan 'cross the line'
THE QUEEN has been praised for "no longer remaining silent" following Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's explosive claims about the Royal Family this year.
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The Reason I Jump review – an empathic study of nonverbal autism
Documentary inspired by Japanese teenager’s bestselling book takes us into the world of young neurodiverse people from across the worldHere is a documentary with something to tell us and something to teach us. It’s inspired by the 2007 book of the same name by the Japanese teenager Naoki Higashida, who has nonverbal autism: explaining why he behaves as he does, when and why he feels joy and fear and why he sometimes jumps, why he responds with great and uncontrolled physical activity. It was translated into English in 2013 by Keiko Yoshida and her husband, the British novelist David Mitchell.The original book was transcribed by Higashida’s mother by getting him to use an alphabet-grid prompt system, leading some sceptics to claim that the book was basically authored by her: a rendering of what she thinks her son is thinking, or even just a YA fantasy. But this film is actually a vigorous rebuttal to this, and makes an overwhelmingly plausible case that young neurodiverse people really can communicate through the alphabet-grid. The film shows young people with autism from all over the world, from the US to the UK to India and Africa, and brings us into their world, letting us appreciate how they are sometimes drowned by sensory perception and emotion, by memories that they cannot structure and contextualise the way others can. Continue reading...
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Jordan Pickford makes his plans clear as he responds to argument with Stones
Jordan Pickford and John Stones had an on-going argument about the goalkeeper's distribution during England's Euro 2020 victory over Croatia
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EU backs down! Brexit victory as bloc to cave on red tape row – vital exports recharged
THE EU is set to offer to curb certain barriers which threaten vital drug supplies to Northern Ireland, Express.co.uk understands.
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Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin meet for crunch talks in Geneva
President Joe Biden and Russia's Vladimir Putin have plunged into hours of face-to-face talks at a lakeside mansion in Geneva, after a polite exchange before a scrum of jostling reporters.
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Ronnie O’Sullivan is ‘absolutely frightening’ but Steve Davis had the biggest aura, says Peter Lines
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Love Island 2021 Start Date Confirmed By ITV – And There's Not Long At All To Wait
Love Island bosses have confirmed the launch date for the reality show’s long-awaited return to our screens.It’s now been almost a year and a half since reigning Love Island winners Paige Turley and Finn Tapp were crowned in the show’s first (and only) winter run back in February 2020.Since then, fans have been waiting with baited breath for news about when the famous villa would be opening its doors again – and we’ve finally had it confirmed.ITV has officially announced the new batch of islanders will begin their grafting, cracking on and, of course, pulling people aside for “a chat” from Monday 28 June.
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Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer spotted filming Killing Eve season 4 in London
The show is officially back in production.
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Boris Johnson rattled as Tory MP lambasts 'terrible' aid cut to world's poorest
The government was urged to "think again" on aid as MPs said "diminished" PM acted like "tour guide but not statesman" at G7 in Cornwall.
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How people in Middle Ages preferred foreplay and ignored church demands to only procreate
Dr Eleanor Janega said people living in the in the Middle Ages were 'not at all interested' in the medieval church's view that the only kind of acceptable sex was that which produced children.
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Malaysian king says Parliament must resume despite emergency
Malaysia’s king says Parliament, which has been suspended under a coronavirus emergency since January, must resume as soon as possible
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Oxfam sacks workers after claims that staff used prostitutes in the Congo
The charity said the claims that had been found to be true following an external investigation included sexual misconduct by two members of staff in Congo and nepotism by three.
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Hollyoaks’ David Tag announces birth of first child
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Cheryl refused to do Jen Aniston's intense workouts after following her diet
Cheryl has shared that she took up the Atkins diet after American actress raved about the plan but that she did not enjoy loading up on fats and protein
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Hunter Biden's abstract paintings will sell for up to $500K each
Hunter Biden, 51, who has no professional background as an artist, revealed last year that he was now a full-time painter and was planning his first solo exhibit in New York City this fall.
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Marko Arnautovic suspended for Austria’s match with Holland for insulting player
Arnautovic insisted in a social media post that he is not a racist.
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Mike Tindall reunites with his father who has Parkinson’s for first time this year in heartwarming scenes
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Olympic trials, a hilltop swing and a masked Buddhist statue: Wednesday’s best photos
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Love Island's Alexandra Cane embraces career change by training as a healer
Alexandra Cane has announced that she is training to become a healer as she ditches reality TV for a life of health and wellbeing. The former Love Islander was recently criticised for refusing the Covid-19 vaccine
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Love Island stars to be offered 'minimum of eight therapy sessions'
The new series of the ITV2 dating show kicks off in a matter of weeks
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Everything you need to know about buildings insurance
It’s highly likely that your home is the most valuable possession you own. Buildings insurance plays a vital role and offers a reassuring layer of financial protection, should the worst ever happen to your property.
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Covid cases popped up in US weeks before the virus was recognised by health officials, says new study
Some experts say that the infections might have been due to other coronaviruses
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‘His stats are perfect for Liverpool’ – Robbie Fowler urges Jurgen Klopp to sign Aston Villa striker Ollie Watkins
'He scores goals and his work rate is spot on'
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Mum's worst nightmare as boy, 4, wanders out of school and crosses 3 main roads
Laura Jones says she went into a state of panic after her son, Blade Mitchell, was nowhere to be seen when she went to pick him up from St Maria Goretti Academy in Bentilee, Stoke-on-Trent
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Mum, 24, has no teeth after losing them during horrific pregnancy sickness
Louise Cooper was bed bound, unable to eat, drink, walk, stand, move or even lift her head without vomiting as she battled with hypermesis gravidarum - and then her teeth began falling out too
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Jeffrey Epstein ‘raped and sexually abused women and girls in the UK’
Scotland Yard has been accused of failing to conduct a full criminal investigation.
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Climate activists take Norway to human rights court over Arctic oil plans
Activists allege decision to grant oil exploration licences violated right to healthy environmentSix climate activists and two environmental NGOs have taken Norway to the European court of human rights (ECHR), arguing the Nordic country’s plans to drill for oil in the Arctic are harming young people’s futures.The activists, Greenpeace and Young Friends of the Earth want the court to rule that Oslo’s 2016 decision to grant 10 Barents Sea oil exploration licences violated article 112 of Norway’s constitution, which guarantees the right to a healthy environment. Continue reading...
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