GMT & BST

Greenwich clock

I feel the move from BST, to GMT, in late October is well timed but I feel the move from GMT, back to BST, could come in early March, rather than at the end of it. The worst of the cold weather (If not wet weather!!!) is usually over by March and so an extra hour of daylight, at the end of the day, is more is than one in the morning. Relative to the equinox, the move to BST, at the end of March, equates to putting the clocks back in mid September, which would be absurd.

Why does this idea matter?

Some may say it isn’t and relatively speaking, they may be right.  However, we sometimes get some good weather in March and that’s it for the year.  An extra hour of daylight, in the evening , might make it of more use.

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  1. Uthayarasa says:

    our child’s twins baby’s going to be adopted without my consent in lewisham
    we have no money to fight the courts,can anyone help as the social Services told lies and the judge believed them,and rejected my. Appeal may wife and i have serriously discriminated agatnst ad there has been a miscarriage of justice in how our case has been sealt
    the judgement indicates that hhj wilding has got tired of the lengthy procdddings to the point that he did not even care if the names of the childen and the date of birth of thechilden are incorrect
    should a judge tack such a draconian for too very young childens future
    they have been punished without a crime
    please can any body to help retorn backour childen me and my wife no drinc or simock no any criminal only trhe lewisham social worcer made a falls story we both day and night cry not sleep please help help get ack our baby twins

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