Daylight Saving Bill runs out of time

Renewed calls for changing GMT to +2 in the summer and +1 in the winter to increase daylight hours

As the existing Daylight Savings Bill runs out of time, pressure groups are renewing their campaign to get the clocks moved forward by one hour to increase the amount of daylight during winter and summer. Brake, road safety charity, suggests that doing this will result in 80 fewer road deaths each year as well as cut CO2 pollution and increase the leisure and tourism industries.

The campaign can be found at It has been suggested that a small group of MPs opposed the bill due to complications with other areas of the British Isles. A renewed bill can be brought back in May 2012.

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