We all know agricultural, cleaning, retail and distribution jobs etc. are low paid, zero hour contracts, workers (which include all EU migrants) may get working tax credits, possibly earn too little to pay tax, etc.
Would you ban or cut these jobs, as extra people in these following job need housing, hospitals, schools, doctors, parking spaces etc., these example services and others for convenience and cheaper prices? Instead many of these jobs need to convert to job for export growth outside of the EU anyway in post brexit landscape.
1/ Sunday shopping and Sunday work as 7 day coverage needs more working hours than 6 days
2/ coffee shops etc. to shut more hours as more hours of service need more workers
3/ shut down online shopping on Sundays as IT technical support needs Sunday out of hours service, surely enough hours for 6 days of 24 hours Web shopping, many of these IT support are outsourced abroad for out of hours support anyway.
4/ pay much more for our fruit and veg , as can be shown in Brexit, British don't want too many migrant pickers populating some town like Wisbech.
5/ go back to taking sandwiches and flask to work, iron own shirts etc.
6/ saves energy by one woking day less, better for environment.
...and so on.
In the backdrop of Hungary vote on migrant quota referendum vote today (2 Oct). Plus their lift of the ban on Sunday shopping ( Hungarians don't want to do low paid jobs in retail too). Some much prefer to work Sundays here in UK though. But migrants could do those Sunday low paid jobs in Hungary too.
But of course Hotukdeals still run 7/24 bit may be no good clicking onto link to buy, so loss of convenience.