Are YOU among the world’s richest one per cent?

Are YOU among the world’s richest one per cent? Study reveals how big a fortune is required to rank amongst the very wealthiest people in different nations across the globe New study found minimum fortune needed to enter world’s richest one per cent In the UK a person needs £1.4million to be considered among top one per cent Monaco eclipses this figure four times over, with an entry figure of £5.6million By Sam Baker For Mailonline Published: 19:36 GMT, 24 February 2021 | Updated: 19:55 GMT, 24 February 2021 A new report has revealed just how large your personal wealth needs to be to be considered among the wealthiest people in the world. The Frank Knight Wealth Report estimates that

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Britain’s vaccine postcode lottery ‘means healthy adults in their TWENTIES are getting jabs’

Britain’s vaccine postcode lottery ‘means healthy adults in their TWENTIES are getting jabs’ – even though roll-out aimed at the most vulnerable has slowed to lowest level in a month Examples have been most common in London which is seeing poorest jab uptake Anecdotal evidence of it happening in parts of Manchester, Scotland and Wales  Over-65s, patients with a medical condition and health and care staff eligible By Connor Boyd Assistant Health Editor For Mailonline Published: 12:31 GMT, 24 February 2021 | Updated: 02:02 GMT, 25 February 2021 Some regional NHS sites have started dishing out Covid jabs to healthy people in their twenties, it emerged today in another example of the UK’s vaccine postcode lottery. Despite national guidance stating

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Claire Danes is pictured in stunning Victorian garb as she films The Essex Serpent in London 

From Homeland to the Docklands! US actress Claire Danes is pictured in stunning Victorian garb as she films The Essex Serpent in London By Eleanor Sharples Tv And Radio Reporter For The Daily Mail Published: 01:45 GMT, 25 February 2021 | Updated: 01:58 GMT, 25 February 2021 She was a last-minute addition to the cast of gothic costume drama The Essex Serpent after Keira Knightley pulled out. But Claire Danes looked just the part when she was pictured filming the TV adaptation of the popular novel on the banks of the Thames in Wapping, east London. The American actress, 41, is best known for playing CIA officer Carrie Mathison in hit American political thriller Homeland. She has replaced Miss Knightley,

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Teachers are to take control in school exams free-for-all

Teachers are to take control in school exams free-for-all: Staff will award pupils’ A-level and GCSE grades this year as experts warn the policy undermines credibility and universities predict chaos on admissions Gavin Williamson is planning to make end of year exams voluntary and give teachers control over grades Teachers can rely on previous essays, coursework, mocks or any other classwork, and also set ‘mini-exams’  Grading decisions will only be altered by exam boards in rare cases where bad standards are exposed Proposals were slammed by experts for risking grade inflation and an outcome ‘much worse than last year’ By Josh White For The Daily Mail and Jack Wright For Mailonline Published: 00:02 GMT, 25 February 2021 | Updated: 01:09

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Qantas says international flights in October as it loses $1billion

Qantas plans for international flights to return by the end of October – just as Australia’s vaccination program ends – as it reveals losses of $1BILLION in just six months Qantas CEO Alan Joyce said the billion dollar loss was ‘stark but not surprising’ The loss was thanks to a $6.9 billion Covid-related loss on its half year results  The airline said it has $4.2 billion in available cash to keep the airline afloat  Mr Joyce said he expects international travel will resume at the end of October  It is in-line with the date for Australia’s vaccine rollout to be effectively complete By Alana Mazzoni For Daily Mail Australia and Aap Published: 22:00 GMT, 24 February 2021 | Updated: 01:02

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Drug used to treat lice and scabies drug could cut Covid deaths by up to 75%, research suggests 

Drug used to treat lice and scabies drug could cut Covid deaths by up to 75%, research suggests New study suggests ivermectin cuts Covid infections by around 75 per cent More than 30 trials globally found the drug caused improvements in treatment The study is set to be published in the US journal Frontiers of Pharmacology By David Rose For The Daily Mail Published: 00:57 GMT, 25 February 2021 | Updated: 00:57 GMT, 25 February 2021 A cheap and safe drug widely used against parasites cuts Covid infections, hospitalisations and deaths by about 75 per cent, a study shows. More than 30 trials across the world found that ivermectin causes ‘repeated, consistent, large magnitude improvements in clinical outcomes’ at all stages

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Father shares spooky baby monitor footage of toddler ‘being pulled under her bed’

Never look under the bed! Father shares spooky baby monitor footage of toddler ‘being pulled under her bed’ while screaming ‘mummy’ Young girl begins to crawl under bed before calling out for mother several times  The child begins to panic and calls for her parent as legs disappear under bed  Father Josh Dean  took to social media to share the spooky footage with others By Bhvishya Patel For Mailonline Published: 11:22 GMT, 24 February 2021 | Updated: 00:52 GMT, 25 February 2021 This is the spooky moment a father claims his daughter was ‘pulled under the bed’ by ‘something’ paranormal. Baby monitor footage from the toddler’s bedroom shows the little girl, named Emma, crawl off the bed and peer underneath before

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Now that’s a Bojover! As Carrie Symonds tames the Prime Minister’s mane… our celebrity style guide

Now that’s a Bojover! As Carrie Symonds tames the Prime Minister’s mane, how she could have cut it… with our celebrity style guide By Picture Research Claire Cisotti Published: 23:24 GMT, 24 February 2021 | Updated: 00:50 GMT, 25 February 2021 His famous frizz has gained more than its fair share of attention over the years, but could the end of lockdown signal time for Prime Minister Boris Johnson to try out a whole new hairdo?  With salons due to reopen on April 12 the Daily Mail has created a catalogue of looks that the leader may want to pick for his next chop.  The montage of famous faces sees Boris reimagined with a variety of carefully maintained manes, taking

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Children are NOT legally required to wear face masks in schools, officials admit 

Children are NOT legally required to wear face masks in schools and should not be sent home if they refuse to wear one, officials admit Officials admitted that children are not legally required to wear masks in school They told schools not to send children home if they refuse to cover their faces Guidance recommends wearing of masks to lower the risk of spreading Covid However, ‘hundreds’ of parents have reacted angrily to the mask mandate  By Jack Wright For Mailonline Published: 00:37 GMT, 25 February 2021 | Updated: 00:50 GMT, 25 February 2021 Children are not legally required to wear face masks in schools and should not be sent home if they refuse to wear one, government officials said

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Half of people showing signs of cancer delayed seeking a test during first lockdown

Half of people showing signs of cancer delayed seeking a test during first lockdown because they were worried about overstretching the NHS, study shows MPs have written to Boris Johnson warning Britain was facing a ‘cancer disaster’  Survey found almost half of people with cancer symptoms did not contact GP Health psychologist said ‘stay home’ messaging also ‘sent a strong message’ Campaigners believe up to 100,000 people could miss out on cancer treatment due to the pandemic By Kate Pickles Health Correspondent For The Daily Mail Published: 00:23 GMT, 25 February 2021 | Updated: 00:45 GMT, 25 February 2021 Half of those who suffered cancer symptoms during the first lockdown delayed getting checked amid fears of over-burdening the NHS, a study

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