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Amazon starts Sunday deliveries in the UK

Posted at 8:03AM Tuesday 21 Jan 2014

The firm will offer Sunday delivery service in seven areas where it has found that many people work, do not like to go to post office collection points and are at home on Sundays.

These areas are London, which saw tests before Christmas, and Birmingham, Milton Keynes, Oxford, Nottingham, Manchester and Leeds.

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