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Should Christmas Be A Shopping Day? Mal on BBC Breakfast

Added 18 December 2014 View full list    Print version    
Should larger shops and malls be open for business on Christmas Day?

Already, smaller convenience stores in England and Wales do a roaring trade on the festive day, but should larger stores also be allowed to open?

Mal Fletcher and retail analyst Kate Hardcastle discussed this with Bill and Louise on BBC Breakfast TV.

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