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Following your response to my comment, I'd suggest that your raspberry suffered some drought, but is still healthy, evidenced by the new growth appearing at the leaf joint above, so I don't think you need to worry about its being diseased.
The tan brown branches on your tree are dead twigs and limbs. If you will look towards the bottom of each, you will see a bit of an enlarged green area where it joins the main branch. You should gently prune each of those dead twigs off to just above that. Besides these dead branches, your tree looks pretty sparse on the foliage. You need to figure out ...
Chillis don't like you touching their roots, don't change the compost. Also it looks like you may have thrips as well, unless the leaf deformation is due to the aphids.
My guess would be a nitrogen or magnesium deficiency but without more information or pictures it is very difficult to say.
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