Should Tesco be paying a dividend?

Outside the blizzard of eye popping numbers the supermarket released alongside its annual results –  including sales of baked beans doubling and those of liquid soap jumping by a staggering 363 per cent – this was the perhaps the biggest point of debate.

And… it’s complicated.

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