Should shops be allowed to open for longer hours on a Sunday? The ethical argument based on religious beliefs is that the number of hours shops can open on a Sunday should be limited. The UK Government allowed shops to open longer during the Olympics for a special short period, however now it seems that some businesses want the option to open longer on a Sunday, all the time.

Should the Government remove its intervention though legislation on this social factor or should businesses accept this is the case when entering the UK market place?