Call for New Year's Day off rejected
Daily Record|October 27, 2021
CALLS for large shops to be shut on New Year's Day have been rejected by the Scottish Government.
TOM EDEN

The Usdaw trade union has been campaigning for a change in the law to prevent large retail businesses from opening on January 1 to give shop workers a day off over the busy festive period.

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