An iPad, 50 inch TV and a cleaner: Modern day status symbols revealed Researchers found eclectic mix of items used to judge success and wealthGadgets such as iPads and holiday destinations made the listStatus symbols include where you do your food shop and designer watches By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 16:09 GMT, 31 March 2013 | UPDATED: 00:04 GMT, 1 April 2013 Gadgets including iPads have been hailed as modern day status symbols, researchers have found If you own an iPad, a 50in TV and you shop at Waitrose or Marks & Spencer – congratulations. They are among the status symbols by which success and wealth are judged today, according to a poll.
Incredible footage of woman giving birth on a bus as her three-year-old son sits next to her Wang Liyang, 39, delivers her own baby while travelling to hospitalCCTV from vehicle shows amniotic fluid on floor after her waters brokeOther passengers offer blankets to keep newborn warm as she holds him Bus driver races to nearest hospital after being told of drama on board | UPDATED: 16:47 GMT, 14 December 2012 At first sight the female bus passenger appears to be suffering from a bad stomach ache.
Millionaire muggers: Gang who battered Bernie Ecclestone and stalked 40 of the super-rich at night in 2m terror spree face jail Ecclestone was stripped of 200,000 of jewellery outside his Knightsbridge penthouse and given a black eyeThe raid at his home was one of four carried out Gulam Gani, 47, Nicholas Lewis, 34, and Shaun Wallace, 30BAA chairman Sir Nigel Rudd, 63, and his wife Lesley, 64, were attacked by masked raiders who stole 84,000-worth of jewelleryLady Rudd was pinned to the floor and stripped her of valuables while a knife was held to her husband's chestThe thieves were today sentenced to total of 53 years in jail | UPDATED: 22:25 GMT, 12 December 2012 A gang of robbers dubbed the ‘Millionaire Muggers’ who stalked some of Britain’s richest people were starting jail sentences last night.
Heathrow appoints a 'Secret Santa' to take departing passengers' minds off potential Christmas mishapsAirport to dole out surprise gifts to passengers flying abroad for the festive periodAn expected 4.3 million travellers will pass through Heathrow this December | UPDATED: 16:05 GMT, 1 December 2012 You may be forgiven for thinking that the only present passengers flying off from Heathrow this Christmas REALLY want is the reassurance that they’ll take-off on time, without huge queues, lost baggage or the risk of their flight being grounded by uncleared snow on the runway. But instead, millions of passengers at Britain and Europe’s busiest airport run the risk of being accosted by a ‘Secret Santa’ dishing out presents to take their minds off potential mishaps
Robber dubbed ‘Murder Mike’ who accidentally shot dead his accomplice as they tried to steal fake Rolexes jailed for 30 years | UPDATED: 20:46 GMT, 26 November 2012 Daniel Tesfay, 27, blasted Jonathan Barnes, 20, pictured, in the head as they attempted to escape with timepieces they believed were worth 8,000 A bungling robber dubbed ‘Murder Mike’ was jailed for 30 years today for accidentally shooting his accomplice as they tried to steal a cache of fake Rolex watches.