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Shop workers call on MPs to oppose changes to Sunday trading laws


Delegates at Usdaw’s Annual Delegate Meeting (ADM) have reaffirmed the shop workers union’s opposition to the deregulation of Sunday trading and called on the government to drop plans to suspend Sunday trading laws during the Olympic and Paralympic Games this summer.  To read more on this please go to Talking Retail here.




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