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It doesn't sound like blight to me. Tomato leaves often curl in on themselves due to temperature changes Warm days and cool nights etc. It shouldn't cause a problem.
Don't over-feed - as you say, a dose of Tomorite when the first truss sets, then another dose when the third truss sets, and another for the fifth is roughly what I do.
I'm not sure what the withering on the fruit could be. Can you show us a photo please?
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Uneven pollination? Try tapping the flowers. They're self-fertile but....
Natalie, you do not say where you are in the UK or what type of plant you have.
My initial thought is you moved them outside too soon or too quickly, they hate the cold winds and rain. Even outside plants grown for the purpose would not be out in my area as yet, NE England. Are the leaves blue-ish in colour a sign of low temperature, are they in full sun during the day with a cover at night, our nights get quite cold. My feeding procedure is a small amount of feed in each can of water, little and often not a feast. With a bit more information we may have a better idea.