http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-35623976 "Rules on Sunday opening hours for shops in England and Wales are out of date and need to be relaxed, a group of 200 MPs and council leaders has said. In a letter to the Sunday Telegraph, they wrote that increasing spending on Sundays would boost job prospects and help shops compete with online firms." Personally, I'd be in favour of a return to having no trading at all on Sundays. I know this will never happen, but I remember Sundays as once being a unique day of the week, set aside for leisure. I know it should be possible to organise my life in such a way that I never have to shop on Sundays, but regrettably it isn't that easy, now people are accustomed to the seven day trading week. Why are these MPs and council leaders thinking only in terms of the interests of business? Shouldn't they be thinking about the fabric of society as well? Or do they imagine shopping to be a leisure activity?