You do spout some shite ernie.
Based on that skewed logic; should shops be closed full stop on Sundays and while we are at it, shut Saturday too? They could still be open 130 hours and no-one works 130 hours a week, so perhaps we could all ensure no-one needs to shop at the weekends at all.
Also - in line with the flagrant dismissal of my quality of life , I sometimes buy stuff I don't need at times when I don't need to
My wife used to work in retail, in a busy Peak District town and thus had to work many a Sunday and pretty much every Bank Holiday. She didn't moan about it, quite the contrary - she accepted that as she didn't want to carry on her chosen profession of hairdressing, her options were somewhat limited and whilst it was an inconvenience she got on with it. She now doesn't have to, as she has her own business that's she's built up through her own hard work and determination.
I also have my own business, yet if my employer or customer wants me to be on site in London at 3am Sunday morning, then I'm there. I was on a job for 6 months last year working away from my home and family - the fastrack nature of the particular contract required that this was 6 days a week. Did I moan about it? No, I got on with it as I realised the importance of keeping my customer happy.
Oh and guess what - that also meant I'd sometimes go shopping on Sundays.
I couldn't really care less if shops are open for another two hours on a Sunday, I just take issue with those moaning about it being allowed and with your own arrogance at how you think people should organise their lives.
I bet you think pubs should shut at 11pm, don't you? Well, newsflash - some people like to stay out and get pissed till 3am.