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PM should scrap Sunday trading laws?

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Monday 2nd September 2019 - 03:44 pm

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.

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