Sunday morning feeling

The country needs to work on getting a weekend worthy of its name.

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July 14, 2011 22:06
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Sunday morning feeling

Golf. (photo credit: Reuters)

 
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It has been said before: There are not enough days in the weekend.

More than 30 years after I left London, memories of weekends – when they were really worthy of the name – came pleasantly to mind last week as a proposal to make Sunday a day off was again discussed in the corridors of power. This time, the suggestion came from Vice Premier Silvan Shalom.

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