The Just Eat Takeaway.com group told investors on Tuesday morning that it processed around 200 million orders in the first quarter of 2021.
Gianluigi Torzi’s lawyers immediately filed a motion to contest the order before it passes onto Interpol and British police.
Shops and pubs opened their doors to customers on Monday for the first time in several months.
Store manager Terry Boyle said it had been a ‘tough, challenging time’.
The PA news agency looks at how the controversy unfolded and what happens next.
Colours were removed from the National Rail Enquiries website following the Duke of Edinburgh’s death.
Around 38% of licensed premises in the UK have the outdoor space needed to reopen, according to figures.
Microsoft’s acquisition of Nuance comes after the companies formed a partnership in 2019.
The probe will examine how Government contracts were secured by Greensill Capital and the actions of the former prime minister.
The reappearance of some low deposit deals has helped to boost the selection of mortgage products, Moneyfacts.co.uk said.
Eager customers wasted no time in making the most of the easing of coronavirus restrictions.
Non-essential retailers, hairdressers and pub beer gardens were all busy as England’s restrictions were partially lifted.
The retailer said it is set to post revenue growth of around 16% for the year to the end of March.
Some 5,209 people claimed carer’s credit in 2020, down from 6,489 claims in 2019, wealth management firm Quilter said.
Passengers and rail staff said the switch made online journey planners difficult to read for some users.