Susie Mesure

Susie Mesure writes interviews, news and features for the Independent on Sunday, Independent and i, and has done for the last ten years or so give or take two lengthy maternity leaves. She is interested in just about any topic, especially anything Scandinavian, food, or consumer-orientated, and used to be the Independent’s Retail Correspondent

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Thin thread: Manufacturers fear the skills of previous generations will soon be lost

Fashion designers call for return of rag trade

The 'Made in Britain' label has almost died out, along with the skills it nurtured. But a tentative revival is under way

The high street as we know is is over; according to Mr Grimsey

Special report: The high street of the future is like nothing we know

Bringing our town centres back to life requires some radical thinking, a new study will warn this week. Susie Mesure gets a preview

His job is to ‘figure out an interesting way to talk about economics’

Tim Harford: The man who gives geeks a good name

Economics has never been more accessible, or instructive, thanks to one writer's mission. Susie Mesure meets Tim Harford

The artwork was being stored in a warehouse in Red Hook, Brooklyn, one of the neighbourhoods in the eye of the Superstorm

Christie's auction house sued for 'failures' over Hurricane Sandy art damage

Insurer seeks $1.5m for 'spoilt' works that once belonged to cellist Gregor Piatigorsky and his chess champion wife Jacqueline

Benedict Wong at the Almeida Theatre where he is starring in Chimerica as Chinese dissident Zhang Lin

Benedict Wong: 'I'm the go-to guy for victims of torture'

The Salford-born actor, known for his Chinese roles on film, takes it a stage further. Susie Mesure meets Benedict Wong

Marianne Lumb: Understanding the key to success is managing scale. Lumb’s first restaurant, in west London, will have just 14 seats.

Reality bites (in a good way for MasterChef champions and runners-up)

Unlike some TV shows, MasterChef can lead to lasting success

On the road to Paris: Tour leader Chris Froome finishing yesterday’s stage

Tour de France: Britain’s female cyclists can conquer the Alps too

They hope their Olympic successes can help them to catch up with the men’s sport

Cathy Newman says getting too heavy handed with people like John Inverdale can lead to a counter-productive ‘battle of the sexes’

Channel 4 newsreader Cathy Newman says public humiliation is the answer for sexist remarks

Broadcaster believes shaming online trolls is the best medicine

Maureen Lipman plays Elli in Oliver Cotton’s ‘Daytona’ at the new Park Theatre in north London

Maureen Lipman laments arts ministers’ lack of competence

Maureen Lipman has described Culture Secretary Maria Miller as a “nightmare” and complained that most recent arts ministers know nothing about art.

Chef Oliver Gladwin (left) and staff prepare food in The Shed. But restaurants are facing a staffing squeeze

Why can't restaurateurs hire enough kitchen and waiting staff to keep up with the foodie boom?

It could be the prospect of hard work, unsociable hours and low pay

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