No, and neither does any other set top box/DVD player sold in the UK, or indeed mainland Europe. The only ones that do are built for the US market, as the US mains frequency is 60Hz.
Most modern HD & 4k sets can expand the refresh rate to 60Hz or even 120Hz, but as all UHD TV Broadcasts in the UK have a "Frame Rate" of 25 or 50 per second, any other equipment has no reason to change it.
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All linear TV from VM is broadcast at 576i50, 1080i50 or 2160p50. There is, of course, a big variation from other sources such as Netflix, Prime Video, YouTube and BBC iPlayer. For several years all European TVs, and many from other parts of the world, have supported both 50Hz and 60Hz sources without a problem, although I believe that TVs made specifically for the North American market support only 60Hz sources. What's your 60Hz source?