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A virtual GP appointments app used by the NHS has announced a £3bn US stock market listing after agreeing to a blank-cheque company merger that will net its British-Iranian founder almost £1bn.

Babylon’s reverse merger with Alkuri Global, a New York-listed special-purpose acquisition company (Spac), makes it the latest firm to take advantage of a growing Spac trend that makes it cheaper for private companies to go public.