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THE SUNDAY Trading Act 1994 came into force 25 years ago yesterday, allowing shops to open on Sundays, but restricting opening times of stores over 3,000 square feet to six consecutive hours between 10am and 6pm.
Under the new Sunday Trading Act, small shops could start opening all day, while bigger shops were restricted to six hours of business.
1 Oasis released their debut album Definitely Maybe 2 Tom Hanks starred in the box office smash Forrest Gump 3 Brazil won the World Cup for the fourth time 4 In the UK, the Sunday Trading Act came into force impossipuzzles "You say the train arrived some time between three and four o'clock yesterday afternoon," said Sandy.
Many large stores have to close at 5pm or earlier on the lazy day due to the Sunday Trading Act 1994, and it means we may miss the opportunity to do our weekly shop.
Then the Sunday Trading Act meant the shops were open seven days a week, not something a small independent grocers shop can do if they only employ a handful of staff.
The Sunday Trading Act is a great British compromise, which has worked well for over 20 years and gives everyone a little bit of what they want.
The Sunday Trading Act is a great British compromise, which has now worked well for over 20 years and gives everyone a little bit of what they want.
The Sunday Trading Act is a great British compromise and gives everyone a little bit of what they want.
Amanda | " The Government is proposing to relax the law set up in 1994 under the Sunday Trading Act, which restricts stores bigger than 3,000sq ft to opening no more than six hours.The plan would leave it to the discretion of local councils to decide what Sunday opening hours should be in their respective areas, which could pave the way for councils to allow larger retailers to extend Sunday opening times.
Mr Osborne said: "Even two decades on from the introduction of the Sunday Trading Act, it is clear that there is still a growing appetite for shopping on a Sunday.
At the moment, The Sunday Trading Act 1994 states that shops over 280 square metres in England and Wales are restricted to any six hours of continuous trading between 10am and 6pm on Sundays and they cannot open at all on Easter Sunday.
Under the Sunday Trading Act 1994, large shops over 280 square metres are restricted to six hours' continuous trading between 10am and 6pm on Sundays.