A Chiffchaff| PIC: BEN PORTER IN the early hours of Sunday morning, we put our clocks forward
. To November, I think.
AS we all prepare to put our clocks forward
an hour this weekend, we can look forward to longer days, lighter nights and warmer weather.
But shouldn't we put our clocks forward
at the end of February, when it's light enough to comply with his arguments about children going to and returning from school?
HOW come last Saturday the BBC told us to put our clocks forward
an hour for British Summer Time - but today the Beeb turn them back 130 years to Victorian Times, by showing a "sporting event" which belongs to an era when privileged kids spent afternoons in punts while poor kids climbed up chimneys?
Please put our clocks forward
that we may better chime in with you.
I would like our tourist heads to meet our Prime Minister and ask him to put our clocks forward
another hour from the first week in May until the first week in September, the main holiday time of the British summer season.
Talking of songs, it's interesting to note that, while the rest of us put our clocks forward
by one hour, the Old Firm fans put theirs back about 300 years and filled Ibrox with the same old poxy tunes.