A leader of one of the country's biggest churches is warning...
The Sunday Trading Act came into force 25 years ago, allowing shops to open, but restricting the opening times of larger stores – to a maximum of six consecutive hours between 10am and 6pm.
The Telegraph argues that Britain has changed over the past quarter-of-a-century and has called for the Prime Minister BORIS JOHNSON to “scrap these old fashioned laws”.
Joining us to discuss this further, is GRAHAM NICHOLLS Director of Affinity, a network of 1,200 [twelve hundred] evangelical churches and ministries across the UK. He’s also a Pastor of a church in Sussex.