Sunday trading restrictions are arbitrary, harmful to employees and unfair to consumers | Kate Andrews writes for Conservative Home

Head of Communications at the Adam Smith Institute, Kate Andrews, wrote an article for Conservative Home discussing the drawbacks of Sunday trading restrictions.

The rules around Sunday trading hours look archaic compared to Britain’s relatively progressive attitude towards the private and social lives of its citizens. The tight restrictions on large businesses hold workers back from having more flexible and well-compensated hours, and they keep families on strict shopping schedules, putting pressure on their daily plans and their bank accounts.

Read the full article here.