Sunday trading laws may be suspended for a year in Downing Street legislation

Jun 6, 2020 by

by Kate Dennett and William Cole, Mailonline:

Shops could stay open all day on a Sunday and pubs may be fast-tracked to serve in beer gardens, under new Government plans to stimulate the economy amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Sunday trading laws could be suspended for a year and cafes and pubs could be given fast-track approval to serve food and drink outside.

Downing Street is drawing up legislation to enable larger supermarkets to open for more than six hours on Sundays, according to The Times.

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see also: Conservative MPs must be ready to keep Sunday specialby Paul Goodman, Conservative Home:


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