Clwyd South MP Susan Elan Jones has urged the Prime Minister to think again about changing Sunday trading hours.
Speaking at Prime Minister's Questions today, she quoted Government retail sector champion Kevin Hawkins who described the current laws as "a workable compromise that most people seem satisfied with most of the time".
Ms Jones (left) said: "There's a balance to be kept here - between opening hours for big stores, the rights of small shops and the rights of shop-workers and their families to enjoy family life.
"The current laws are a good compromise that most people agree with. We should stick with them."