Regulation

It’s time to scrap Sunday trading laws


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In a debate article for 1828, IEA Head of Public Affairs Emma Revell argued in favour of scrapping Sunday trading laws.

Emma suggested that after a long lockdown which saw non-essential shops closed, its wrong for the government to regulate their opening hours.

Emma said: “No one is suggesting shops be forced to open longer hours, merely that government shouldn’t prohibit them from doing so“.

Read the full article here.



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