DO these so-called nameless 'experts' consider it was cost effective to conduct a study that switching to continental time by moving the clocks forward
an hour would benefit children's health (Mail, October 24)?
CHILDREN'S health would bene-fit from switching to continental time by moving the clocks forward
an hour, say researchers.
Moving the clocks forward
one hour from 1am will mean extra daylight later in the day.
Back home in Britain, advocates of this nearly 100-year-old practice say moving the clocks forward
for an extra hour of daylight during summer is vital in preventing accidents on the roads.
No doubt someone will tumble to the idea that in winter we should shift the clock back at sunrise and have another hour of daylight but this will have to be matched by moving the clocks forward
at sunset 'to catch up.
IAM wants a double summertime system of moving the clocks forward
by one hour throughout the entire year, while still putting them forward in spring and back in autumn.
Would it help if I rang the Royal Observatory at Greenwich to see if they could chip in by moving the clocks forward
a couple of minutes?
Ministers are looking at moving the clocks forward
all year round.
I have to say though, judging by the appalling weather on Friday last, the person who authorised moving the clocks forward
three months on that day should have been summarily hung, drawn and quartered.
He said he would "redress that imbalance" and called for extended summer trading by moving the clocks forward
from March to October.
And now it is back in the headlines again, with the UK Government considering moving the clocks forward
by an hour for a three-year trial period.
The Huddersfieldbased group says moving the clocks forward
to match mainland Europe will save hundreds of lives by reducing accidents.
MOVING the clocks forward
by one hour would have massive benefits including midnight barbecues, says MP Albert Owen.
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents, which is backing the Bill, believes moving the clocks forward
would save lives because it would still be light when people came home from work, and there would be fewer accidents on the roads.
WITH the UK entering its first week of British Summer Time, it has been suggested that moving the clocks forward
by another hour to provide extra sunlight in the evening could bring in more than pounds 10 million of additional tourism income to North Wales every year.