Nazi intelligence documents for Adolf Hitler's plan to invade and conquer Britain

Nazi intelligence documents which would have been used to support Hitler's Operation Sea Lion, a plan to invade and conquer the UK, are to be put up for auction today.
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Thai king is rowed down a river in a golden royal boat
The barge procession marks King Maha Vajiralongkorn's last journey in his ascent to the throne after he was officially crowned in a three-day ceremony in May.
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This Is Us season 3 is finally coming to the UK so you can get your Pearson fix over Christmas
Here's how to watch it in the UK.
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'Chill Greta, Chill!' Donald Trump mocks teen global warming hero Greta Thunberg
'Greta must work on her Anger Management problem, then go to a good old fashioned movie with a friend! Chill Greta, Chill!' Trump tweeted on Thursday as a battle raged over impeaching him.
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Carol McGiffin calls Greta Thunberg ‘a little brainwashed’ in heated Loose Women debate
Loose Women had a heated debate about Greta Thunberg.
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Hugh Grant hated iconic Love Actually dance scene and describes filming it as ‘absolute hell’
'I certainly dreaded filming it.'
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Peppa Pig voice artist Harley Bird will spend 18th partying in Leeds
Harley Bird, 17, from Rochdale, who is the voice of Peppa Pig, revealed on today's episode of This Morning that she's had a callback for the prestigious RADA drama school and wants to be an actress.
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Chloe Ayling laughs off those Dan Osborne threesome allegations as Natalie Nunn flies to UK
Chloe is chilling in Miami.
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Man arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after 26-year-old shot in chest
Police were called to Bob Massey Close in Openshaw on Monday night
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BBC viewers in tears as elderly man who has spent last 20 Christmases alone is surprised with a tree and carols
'Unless you've actually been there, you don't know what it's like,' Terrence says as he discusses experiencing years of loneliness
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Taylor Swift ‘considering starting her own record label’ after feud with Scooter Braun over her masters
Taylor may launch the venture in the future.
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Tekashi 6ix 9ine pens grovelling letter to a New York judge apologizing for his crimes
Daniel Hernandez, 23, who is to be sentenced next Wednesday in New York, told Judge Paul Engelmayer that he was 'becoming more and more overwhelmed' as the date approached.
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Teens lured gay men on Grindr then tied them up and urinated on them
One victim had a pair of socks stuffed into his mouth and was made to walk through dog excrement, Birmingham Crown court heard.
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'Earliest ever' family photo taken at Stonehenge discovered by experts
A faded black and white picture of a group posing in front of Stonehenge could be the oldest existing family photo of the ancient British attraction.
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Man City: Gabriel Jesus admits to taking criticism personally after goalscoring struggles
Brazilian striker is still grappling to emerge from Sergio Aguero's shadow
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'Defeated and hopeless': Harvey Weinstein accusers divided over £19m deal to end dozens of lawsuits
Actresses, models and former employees who have accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct were today divided over a tentative $25million (£19 million) deal to end dozens of lawsuits.
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General election 2019 timeline: Boris Johnson's 5 months hurtling to the polls
It has been one of the most febrile, frenetic, flailing general election campaigns in recent memory. Ben Glaze looks back over the build-up to the polls and how Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn led up to this moment
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BBC iPlayer app dropped from older Samsung TVs weeks before Christmas
Users have vented their frustrations online
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Danny Murphy makes James Maddison transfer prediction amid Man Utd interest
James Maddison is on the brink of penning a new long-term deal with Leicester despite strong interest from Manchester United
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Climate crisis: World must hit 'peak meat' by 2030 and restore vegetation on grazing land, scientists say
Countries should implement policies to reduce livestock, diversify food production and return land to nature, researchers urge
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Mystery in Anglesey after hundreds of birds found dead on country lane
Police are investigating after hundreds of birds were found dead on a country line in north Wales.
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Bury mum and daughter not allowed to vote in General Election as they're 'turned away' from polling station
They say a council officer told them they were registered, but their names were not listed
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Berlin’s rubbish collectors say give time not stuff this Christmas
Waste management firm suggests greener ways of celebrating festive seasonBerlin’s rubbish collection service is urging the city’s residents to cut down on their waste this Christmas by gifting time rather than material objects.In an advertising campaign, BSR has suggested to its customers the festive season could be more meaningful if they reduced their rubbish by shopping less, choosing to eat rather than throw away leftovers, and doing a good turn for a neighbour. Continue reading...
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TripAdvisor users rate Buckingham Palace as 'terrible' and 'a knackered old council house' 
Over 250 visitors to Buckingham Palace in central London have given it a 'terrible' rating on the tourist reviews site, with complaints branding it a 'knackered old council house' and 'drab'.
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Why the Leeds hospital conspiracy theory is so seductive to Conservatives | Tom Whyman
Viral posts spreading a lie have a simple purpose: to drown out your opponent’s messageThe photograph of a four-year-old boy asleep on the floor of Leeds General Infirmary because of a lack of beds has become a fixture of this final week of the general election: not just as an illustration of the damage almost 10 years of Tory rule have done to the NHS, but because of the prime minister’s cartoonishly callous reaction to it.The photo is horribly, brutally real. Dr Yvette Oade, the chief medical officer at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS trust, personally apologised for how the boy and his family were treated. But this did not prevent a conspiracy theory from emerging. Continue reading...
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UK opinion polls tracker: Tories maintain comfortable lead over Labour as Britain heads to the ballot boxes
Follow our live general election updates HERE
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Red Bull Salzburg confirm Liverpool’s move to sign Takumi Minamino
Liverpool are ready to trigger Minamino's release clause.
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Sold to China as a bride, she came home to Pakistan on the brink of death
'Don't ask me about what happened to me there,' she would say
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Voters blocked from polling station as burst water main floods road
A burst pipe sprayed out vast amounts of water for over 10 hours.
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Get a free pint for taking part in the election - even if you voted by post
To receive your free drink, you'll have to take a selfie outside the polling station and take it to your local pub - but it only runs until midnight on Thursday
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Don't blame Jo Swinson for Labour and the Tories' failures. It's time they were held accountable too
Send your letters to letters@independent.co.uk
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Dated sexual politics and too much hair gel — I don't love Richard Curtis's Christmas classic, actually
This isn't how the Christmas countdown is supposed to go. Usually, by this point in December, we've had several weeks to wrap presents, pre-order turkeys and generally work ourselves up into a festive frenzy. This year, however, that time has been taken up with another issue of national importance — the general election. The only concession to Christmas? Mince pies for canvassing fuel and the 2003 film Love Actually becoming a ubiquitous campaign meme.
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Pizza Express unveil Christmas menu deal for £20.95 and it includes a glass of fizz
Pizza Express fans will be able to tuck into their favourite dishes as well as some festive specials like Pigs in Blankets and Snowball Dough Balls on the Christmas menu
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Connor Brown murder: Man jailed for life after stabbing teenage boxer over £5
A man who stabbed a teenage boxer to death in a row over £5 has been jailed for life with a minimum term of 20 years.
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Labour's youngest supporter has very sensible - and adorable - message for voters
The General Election is finally here and the country is heading to polling stations - but one baby is very certain who people should be voting for
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Elmo gatecrashes Jeremy Corbyn's visit to London polling station and nearly gets arrested
Bizarre footage from the north London polling station shows Elmo being restrained by the guards as she tried to approach the Labour leader, who was making his way to vote.
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Ex-trainee doctor in three-year 'malicious vendetta' against judge
A London judge who has endured threats of an anthrax attack and his family being taken hostage in a three-year campaign of harassment has won an injunction against a former trainee doctor who has been targeting him.
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Ray Parlour fears Arsenal board is making a mistake with Carlo Ancelotti
The Italian was sacked by Napoli on Tuesday.
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Maurizio Sarri snubs Liverpool and names Manchester City as his favourite to win Champions League
Bold choice!
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Politics is getting coarser — but I wouldn't miss election night for anything
This will be my fifth overnight election programme in four years (two elections, the EU referendum, Trump) and if the last four are anything to go by, the night will fly by, with plenty of surprises along the way. Will the SNP sweep the board again as they did in 2015? Will the Prime Minister win the election, but lose his own seat? Will an unlikely campaign to shift the Foreign Secretary from his ultra-safe seat succeed? And what about former Tory leader, Iain Duncan Smith, battling to hold on in the rather more marginal Chingford and Wood Green?
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Kitten with TWO HEADS is fighting for life after loving owner refuses to give up on her in Thailand
The frail kitten has been given two names - Ngern and Thong, which mean money and gold. Owner Chabaprai Nilpet, 52, said: 'I will try my best to help them stay alive.'
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Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles review – story that raised the roof everywhere
Surprising revelations and praise from famous fans add to the appeal of this documentary about the world-conquering Broadway musical Fiddler on the RoofDirector Max Lewkowicz’s richly detailed documentary celebrates the illustrious Broadway show Fiddler on the Roof, the evergreen shtetl-set musical first staged in 1964 with choreography and direction by Jerome Robbins and Zero Mostel as Teyve, the milkman.Contributions from a range of interviewees – including people attached to the original production, such as producer Hal Prince and lyricist Sheldon Harnick, and famous fans of the show, including Fran Lebowitz and Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda – help to structure the history lesson about how Fiddler became a massive international hit. That account is filled out with footage of recent productions from around the world, including one in Japanese and one by some African American high-school kids in Brooklyn, as well as the 1971 film version, starring Chaim Topol and directed by Norman Jewison. Among the many tasty trivia titbits on offer here is the fact that Jewison, despite the name, is not in fact Jewish. Who knew? Continue reading...
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'Politically we don't count': EU citizens fear for future in UK
Most EU nationals living in the UK cannot vote – leaving many feeling like pawns in a political gameIn a threadbare youth centre in Bradford, Vie Clerc, who got off a Eurostar from Paris 19 years ago with £50 in her pocket and never left, laments the irony. “It’s the first one I’ll actually be able to vote in,” she said. “Shame I’ve never felt less British.”In a bright mezzanine office in Bristol, Denny Pencheva, who landed in 2013 from Bulgaria via Copenhagen and now teaches at the university, bemoans politicians “who use us to score their political points, but don’t actually have to consider us – because politically, we don’t count”. Continue reading...
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Double-decker bus crashes into railway bridge in Swansea
Eight passengers injured and a 63-year-old man arrested after part of vehicle’s roof sliced off A double-decker bus carrying Christmas shoppers, commuters and students has crashed into a railway bridge, slicing part of the roof off and injuring eight passengers.The bus, thought to contain more than 30 passengers, hit the low bridge at 10.15am in Swansea, south Wales. The top deck was crumpled and a section of the roof appeared to have been thrown on to the railway line above the bridge. Continue reading...
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