In RETAIL NEWS, UK sales rise rapidly, Superdrug has a tough time, Topshop reappears in the US and Flipkart raises cash. In POST-CORONATRENDS NEWS, Ryanair hires, Center Parcs plans a new village and McDonald's offers incentives. In CAR-RELATED NEWS, Europcar says car rental prices will stay high, the EU moves to make EVs more profitable and the UK aims to bring home supply chains. In MISCELLANEOUS NEWS, Brussels hastily abandons digitax plans, Tate & Lyle announces a sweet deal, Admiral benefits from low claims and pubs benefit from England's progress at the Euros. AND FINALLY, I bring you a pizza abomination - or a stroke of genius? You decide...
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