Divine intervention: God doesn’t like shopping on Sundays

A group of British Christian leaders with nothing better to do has written an open letter to warn against a relaxation of the Sunday trading hours legislation. Apparently God’s children cannot decide for themselves when to shop, so the clergy has had to step in. The relaxation in question is actually only opening up for local authorities to decide if they want to relax the current rules where large shops can only be open for 6 hours between 10am and 6pm. The church leaders believe that shopping on Sundays will harm social and family life and they are now on a crusade to impose their beliefs on others. Maybe it’s ungodly to say but many families probably find the tradition of going to church on Sundays more disruptive than a trip to the shops.

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