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Shift to organics gives J&J babycare blues

David Crow on a famous brand’s battle to win over millennial parents

Food & Drink

©Graham Roumieu
‘At this time of year I thought a few tips on visiting and tasting etiquette might be useful’
– Jancis Robinson
Pickled peach salad with pistachios ©Patricia Niven
All peaches are perfect but even the harder, crunchier ones can be used to make a delicious salad of pickled peach, lettuce, herbs and roast pistachios
– Honey & Co
©Phil Hackett

How I learnt to love the economic blogosphere

How do you sift through 794 economic blog posts in a single morning? Giles Wilkes navigates through the squawking heads

Idomeni refugee camp, near the Greek-Macedonian border, Greece, 2016. Since the Turkey-EU deal
©Alex Majoli

Photographing Europe’s refugees

Alex Majoli’s pictures depict a continent in the grip of an identity crisis

Clockwise from top left: fish at a market in Asturias, one of Miriam’s favourite places; the church of Santa Maria in Miriam’s village, where she married her husband, MP Nick Clegg; Miriam with her father; ham in a market; ; a churreria or shop selling churros – ‘heavenly bits of fried dough’; Casa Pilatos, in Seville; Miriam’s family at a celebration, eating flan
©Miriam González Durántez

Why food is at the centre of Spanish life

Miriam González Durántez explores how Spain’s after-dinner ‘sobremesa’ has shaped society

KT Tunstall
©Camera Press

KT Tunstall, singer-songwriter

‘Getting to know myself changed everything. It’s the best thing I’ve done’

Barnaby Carder
©Jasper Fry

FT Masterclass: spoon carving with Barnaby Carder

It is the first utensil most people learn to use — but carving a spoon from scratch is a less intuitive experience

Polluting car illustration
©Harry Haysom

Fossil fuels have had an aeon’s head start

‘Fossil fuels have a formidable head start as our entire existing energy system revolves around them’

The Grain Store
©Amy Murrell

Five of the best: waterside restaurants in London

Pond, canal or river? There are plenty of good places for a meal if you want a view of the water

Donovan Tavera
©Bénédicte Desrus

‘I taught myself to clean up Mexico’s crime scenes’

The career of forensic cleaner barely exists here, despite plenty of violent crime, says Donovan Tavera

The director, Paul Greengrass

Interview: Paul Greengrass revives Jason Bourne

The British film director on becoming a Hollywood hit man — and his special relationship with Matt Damon. By Danny Leigh

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