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UK's Deliveroo raises $180 million from investors, valued at $7 billion
British food-delivery company Deliveroo said on Sunday it had raised a further $180 million from existing investors, including minority shareholder Amazon, in a move that values the business at more than $7 billion.
Biggest fall in UK retail sales since 1995 despite online boom
UK retail sales suffered the biggest decline in 25 years last year as the closure of non-essential shops during lockdowns more than outweighed the online spending boom fueled by COVID-19.
Johnson under fire as UK again faces onslaught of COVID-19
The crisis facing Britain this winter is depressingly familiar: Stay-at-home orders and empty streets. Hospitals overflowing. A daily toll of many hundreds of coronavirus deaths.
Rapid tests for asymptomatic people to be rolled out in UK
Regular rapid testing for people without coronavirus symptoms will be made available across England this week, the government has said.
UK government breaks promise to maintain ban on bee-harming pesticide
A pesticide believed to kill bees has been authorized for use in England despite an EU-wide ban two years ago and an explicit government pledge to keep the restrictions.
Problems grow at UK ports with backlogs and delays
British retailers are concerned at new trade barriers being applied after last month's trade deal with the EU.
Iran finds first case of new virus variant in traveler from UK
Daily death toll drops below 100 after months
Lethal airstrikes in Yemen ‘left off’ confidential UK record
The British government is under pressure to explain why a series of airstrikes in Yemen, many involving civilian casualties, have not been recorded in its confidential log of breaches of international humanitarian law (IHL).
London schools shut to curb COVID-19 new variant
Britain reactivated emergency hospitals built at the start of the pandemic and shut primary schools in London on Friday to counter the rapid spread of a much more infectious variant of the coronavirus.
Brexit becomes reality as UK quits EU single market
Britain on Thursday finally severed its turbulent half-century partnership with Europe, quitting the EU single market and customs union to go its own way four-and-a-half years after its shock vote to leave the bloc.
Lockdown drives UK TV streaming customers to more than 32m
Britons spent 40% of their waking hours watching TV during the height of the coronavirus pandemic, fueling the biggest year for new subscribers to streaming services.
Johnson urges Tory MPs to back Brexit deal as full text published
The EU and the UK government have published the full text of the Brexit trade deal less than a week before it is due to be implemented, as Prime Minister Boris Johnson urged his backbenchers to support the agreement when it reaches Parliament next week.
UK’s ivory ban delay ‘costing lives of elephants’
A delay in implementing a ban on selling ivory is costing elephants’ lives, experts say, with items made of tusks still being legally sold in the UK.

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