Are fears over rising inflation hot air? How to protect your savings

After a rather stormy year for the stock market, a new threat has arrived to plague investors — inflation. Britain expects a spending boom as lockdown restrictions ease. Last week, Bank of England chief economist Andy Haldane predicted the economy will grow at its fastest since World War II. But experts warn that a surge … Read more

Feeling younger can protect adults against health decline, study finds

Simply feeling younger can protect middle-aged and older adults against health decline by buffering against stress, an astonishing new study reveals.  Researchers in Germany investigated whether people’s ‘subjective age’ – feeling younger than we actually are – had an effect on the detrimental effects of stress.  Specifically, the experts looked into the effects of stress … Read more

Protect your portfolio from threat of rising prices

Until the numbers get big, inflation usually hovers below the radar. When it soared to 25 per cent in 1975, it dominated conversation in homes and Parliament.  Recently, there has been more chat about the rising cost of living among economists, and some analysts are describing the short-term risk of higher inflation as ‘scary’.  The … Read more

Dan Osborne reveals he’s bought security dog to protect Jacqueline Jossa at their new Essex mansion

Dan Osborne has bought a security dog to protect his wife Jacqueline Jossa and young family at their new £1.2million Essex mansion after fearing they could be targeted. The former TOWIE star, 29, told MailOnline having the ‘big trained dog’ will help to put his mind at ease when he’s at work and actress Jacqueline, … Read more

Save the black rhino! New bond launched to protect endangered species 

Save the black rhino! World Bank launches ground-breaking new bond to protect endangered species By Daily Mail City & Finance Reporter Published: 21:50 GMT, 24 March 2021 | Updated: 21:50 GMT, 24 March 2021 A ground-breaking  bond has been launched in a bid to save the black rhino.  It will be sold by the World … Read more

The ins and outs of intellectual property and how small business owners can protect theirs

There are more than six million privately owned businesses in Britain, ranging from restaurants to independent financial advisers and from fashion brands to pet groomers. While many will sell similar products or services, others may have a more unique offering and these types of businesses have been launching aplenty over the past 12 months to … Read more

‘The Palace lied about me to protect other royals’: Meghan tells Oprah she was ‘silenced’

Meghan Markle today told Oprah Winfrey that Palace officials failed to protect her and ‘were willing to lie to protect other members of the Royal family.’  Harry and Meghan’s TV interview with Oprah Winfrey has started in the US and began with Meghan Markle showing her growing baby bump.  In the historic interview, the mother-to-be … Read more

Greenpeace builds ‘boulder barrier’ to protect marine protected area

Greenpeace activists have built a new underwater ‘boulder barrier’ in a protected area of the English Channel to stop a hugely harmful fishing practice.  In total 18 boulders, each weighing about three tonnes and carrying the name of a celebrity endorser, were dropped this week from the Greenpeace ship Esperanza in the Offshore Brighton marine protected … Read more

Consumer watchdog urges Government to protect ATMs

Protect our ATMs! Consumer watchdog urges Government to step in and save dwindling number of cash machines  Calls have intensified for governmetn to protect dwindling numbers of ATMs Many have been replaced with machines that now charge up to £2 a time Some 12,700 free-to-use ATMs have been removed across country since 2018  By Sean Poulter Consumer … Read more

Tory MPs demand law change to protect workers after landmark Uber case

Tory MPs demand law change to protect workers from ‘ruthless’ firms after Uber drivers won landmark case Supreme Court ruled that Uber drivers must be treated as workers by companyLandmark judgement means they should get minimum wage and paid holidays Tories MPs pushing ministers for legislation to prevent ‘abuses’ against workers by ‘ruthless firms’  By William Cole For Mailonline … Read more