As vaccine battle with UK deepens, EU blames AstraZeneca

By Paul Sandle and John Chalmers LONDON (Reuters) - Britain on Monday demanded that the European Union allow the delivery of COVID-19 vaccines it has ordered as tensions over a possible ban on EU-manufactured shots mounted, but Brussels said drugmaker AstraZeneca was to blame. "The UK is not to blame. The EU is not to blame," said an EU official. "It's about everyone finding agreement with a company that has been over-selling its production capacity. AstraZeneca has to deliver doses to its EU customers." After falling far behind post-Brexit Britain and the United States in rolling out vaccines...