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The Observer: Tesco chief executive Dave Lewis. Photograph: SUZANNE PLUNKETT/Reuters Tesco’s new chief executive has said his bonus is under review as he tries to turn the ailing retailer around. Dave Lewis told the Daily Mail pay deals for senior executives were under...
The Observer: Keira Knightley: ‘Up to 25, I was pretty neurotic…’: Keira Knightley. Photograph: Nadav Kander for the ObserverThere are few young actors who have divided opinion as much as Keira Knightley. It’s hard to understand – can she really have done so much to...
The Observer: ‘In the 1960s the area had an unsavoury reputation’: Dan Carrier in Dartmouth Park today. Photograph: Suki Dhanda for the Observer In the early 1960s my parents looked around a little bedsit in Kentish Town. Both students, they had an eight-week-old baby and...
The Gleaner: Audley Boyd, Assistant Editor - Sports FOR the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Championship, Jamaica's target is clear: Qualify for the Gold Cup. With the 2018 World Cup Finals in Russia their goal, practically everything going forward hinges on the men's...
The Observer: Nathan Burns reminds his former club of his quality with two goals. Photograph: HagenHopkins/Getty Images A Nathan Burns brace against his former club has helped Wellington Phoenix to a comprehensive 4-1 A-League win over Newcastle Jets. Burns stuck twice in...
The Observer: A volunteer takes down campaign posters in Kiev. Photograph: Dzhavakhadze Zurab/Dzhavakhadze Zurab/ITAR-TASSPhoto/Corbis Ukrainians are voting in an election that is expected to strengthen PresidentPetro Poroshenko’s mandate to end a separatist conflict in...
The Observer: Workers in Britain are more likely to be low paid than those in comparable economies such as Germany and Australia, the report found. Photograph: Owen Humphreys/PA A record 5 million workers are now in low-paid jobs, according to a new report, sparking calls...
The Observer: Entente cordiale: the resolutely untrendy Brasserie Gustave. Photograph: Sophia Evans for the Observer 4 SydneyStreet, London SW3 (020 7352 1712). Meal for two, with drinks and service: £140 Gosh but coming up with ideas for a new restaurant must be...
The Observer: Secrets and pies: Nigel Slater’s gammon, celeriac and parsley pie recipe. Photograph: Jonathan Lovekin for the Observer It is pie weather. A damp, misty morning followed by a dark evening. A sudden need for crisp pastry soaked on one side with sauce or gravy...
The Observer: Shoes, £59.99, clarks.co.uk, Gloves, £75, hobbs.co.uk, Dress, £320, Equipment (matchesfashion.com), Model wears A/W14 Balmain, Scarves, £115 each, cleoferinmercury.co.uk, Top, £100, etrececile.com Photograph: PR I have a confession to make. I used to be a bit...
The Observer: Mellow fruitfulness: Clerodendrum trichotomum var fargesii. Photograph: Alamy A Cercidiphyllum japonicum, or katsura, forms the centrepiece of our studio garden in Waterloo. I don’t usually plant big, but when we moved here we had to remove a failed cherry and...
The Observer: Call of the wild: the grey wolf could help regulate deer numbers. Photograph: Alamy Looking for a bit of ecological excitement? Rewilding ticks many boxes. Its premise is that habitats such as the uplands of the UK are anything but wild – they’ve been scarred...
The Observer: Come on in, the water’s lovely…: competitors run into the sea to start the race. Photograph: David Pearce/DifferentPerspectiveIt’s 5am on Weymouth’s Esplanade. It is dark and an ominous wind has picked up overnight. Empty cans and old chip papers blow across...
The Observer: Plenty of bottle: three wines to try this week. AemiliaShiraz/Vranec/Petit Verdot, Tikves, Macedonia 2013 (£8.99, Waitrose) As Tesco gets itself into an unholy financial muddle, and Morrisons, Asda and Sainsbury’s find themselves squeezed by the...