Sunday Working

Some articles on sunday, sunday working:

Argos (retailer) - Controversies - Sunday Trading
... controversy in Scotland, when it sacked several workers for refusing to work on a Sunday ... action would have been illegal in the rest of the UK, as the Sunday Trading Act 1994 gave shopworkers in England and Wales the right to refuse Sunday work (unless they were employed to ... The 1994 Act did not apply to Scotland as there was no legislation regarding Sunday trading applicable to Scotland ...
Sunday Working (Scotland) Act 2003
... The Sunday Working (Scotland) Act 2003 (c 18) is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom ... in England and Wales had the legal right to refuse to work on a Sunday, when shopworkers in Scotland did not enjoy this right ... arose from the different legislation in force in Scotland and the rest of the UK regarding Sunday trading ...

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