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Marks and Spencer’s latest innovations in clothing and food show it is still trying to be all things to all people, writes Matthew Vincent. This week, it launched an eclectic plus-size women’s fashion range called ‘Curve’, while at the same time proposing customers lunched on an ascetic vegetarian dish, called ‘Cauliflower Steaks’ (yes, basically two slices of the low-calorie vegetable in a lemon drizzle, costing £2.50).

This morning’s third quarter trading update suggests M&S needs the curvature to sell more than the cauliflower.

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