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Rebecca Armstrong: Forget the fitness fads – just eat less and move more

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L’Immediat, Barbican Theatre, London

It must be terrifying to set up this show. L’Immédiat starts with a stage full of clutter. Furniture, cardboard boxes, ladders and stage equipment pack the whole space, out to the wings and right back to the loading bay. It looks like a junkyard, but there must be some method in the madness: performers charge through it, over it, under it, as furniture collapses under them and the scenery caves in.

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Police investigations continue after the remains of a mother of two were found in a suitcase at her house in Holmfirth, West Yorkshire.

Geiger counting on Shoeaholics

Kurt Geiger, the premium footwear retailer, is to launch a discount website early next year to give its current strong sales a further kick. The 63-store retailer will sell out-of-season or slow-moving lines of shoes on the site, which is set to be called Shoeaholics.

The ten best belts

Whether it’s bright red leather or leopard-print, make a statement with one of this season’s key accessories...

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The ten best fake furs

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