Marks & Spencer has also just published its annual report.
It shows that there were no annual bonuses for is boardroom executives, including chief executive Steve Rowe. They did not get annual bonuses last year, according to the annual report.
Mr Rowe's total package still rose to £1.7m from £1.1m because a long-term incentive deal paid out.
The pre-tax profit was £523.2m and the annual report says this is "below the threshold set to trigger payments under either the corporate element or the individual element of the [bonus] scheme. Therefore, no bonuses under the 2018/19 annual bonus scheme will be paid to anyone in the organisation, including executive directors."
The retailer also published the ratio of its chief executive to the full-time equivalent total pay of those colleagues whose pay is ranked at the 25th percentile. medium and 75th percentile in the UK workforce. This showed a ratio of 92 to 1, 88 to 1 and 79 to 1 respectively.