Dip in food sales knocks M&S

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A surprise dip in underlying food sales knocked shares in Marks & Spencer. But as Sonia Legg reports, one of Britain’s known chain stores said its recovery was still on track thanks to a second consecutive quarterly increase in full-price clothing sales.

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