Spring has sprung! Clocks are set to go forward one hour this coming weekend, marking the start of British Summer time.
It means it’s still going to be light at 8.15pm, and continuing to get lighter by around a further 15 minutes every week, most welcome for many people.
We noticed with interest that European MEP’s have voted to abolish clock changes to standardise time throughout the year. They’re currently assessing which countries would participate with a deadline of making the time changes by 2021.
Of course, Brexit means this won’t affect the UK, with Westminster’s Parliament confirming the UK will continue with changing the clock twice a year.
Have YOUR say. Do you mind the clocks changing or should there be a simpler standardised system throughout the year?