Comment: Changing shopper habits will make the Sunday trading debate redundant

Twenty years after the liberalisation of trading hours, Sunday is  a popular shopping day

When the Sunday Trading Act 1994 was introduced, part of the rationale was to better reflect the changing needs of consumers - but today those needs are changing again .

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