Funimation just announced the acquisition of Dragon Ball Kai.
Dragon Ball Kai is the re-telling / remastered version of Dragon Ball Z which is closer to the original manga. A new dub has also been confirmed for it. No release date has been confirmed just yet. If this will get an UK release only time will tell.
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