Indeed in a PS of the FT page  we see:
This article has been amended to take into account a one-off revision to Spanish data on Thursday. This meant the UK now has the second-highest death rate from coronavirus after Spain rather than the highest rate as originally reported. This article has been modified to replace a chart linking excess deaths to lockdown dates with one linking excess deaths per million.
Peru has seen a large rise in deaths this year partly because it has had to battle other diseases, in addition to coronavirus, with its overstretched health system.
- UK has Europe's highest excess death toll and second highest in the world, https://www.youtube.com/post/UgxDGaBKDom1wrc91fp4AaABCQ
- UK suffers second-highest death rate from coronavirus, https://www.ft.com/content/6b4c784e-c259-4ca4-9a82-648ffde71bf0