Some do it twice a year

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BR wrote:Will we change back to a UK specific sequence after 2019?
No.
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BR wrote:Will we change back to a UK specific sequence after 2019?
No.
But if our biggest trading partner is the Galapagos Islands, surely we should follow their lead?
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BR wrote:
Dave wrote:
BR wrote:Will we change back to a UK specific sequence after 2019?
No.
But if our biggest trading partner is the Galapagos Islands, surely we should follow their lead?
We would have a time difference with the ROI.
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Dave wrote:
BR wrote:
Dave wrote:
BR wrote:Will we change back to a UK specific sequence after 2019?
No.
But if our biggest trading partner is the Galapagos Islands, surely we should follow their lead?
We would have a time difference with the ROI.
And the English would care?
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BR wrote: And the English would care?
Yes you're probably right, they won't.
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It would also create a great opportunity for 'last-order tourism', provided you don't get stuck on the frictionless border for an hour.
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pwrmoore wrote:It's that time again!
and for just a few minutes, Paul is taken over by the ghost of cables. :thumleft:
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pwrmoore wrote:It's that time again!
and for just a few minutes, Paul is taken over by the ghost of cables. :thumleft:
I'm hoping Paul did not bother adjusting his watch today.
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BR wrote:
Cap'n Grumpy wrote:
pwrmoore wrote:It's that time again!
and for just a few minutes, Paul is taken over by the ghost of cables. :thumleft:
I'm hoping Paul did not bother adjusting his watch today.
I'm about a week late! And you were right BR I didn't adjust my watch last Sunday - didn't seem worth bothering until around Thursday!!
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pwrmoore wrote:
BR wrote:
Cap'n Grumpy wrote:
pwrmoore wrote:It's that time again!
and for just a few minutes, Paul is taken over by the ghost of cables. :thumleft:
I'm hoping Paul did not bother adjusting his watch today.
I'm about a week late! And you were right BR I didn't adjust my watch last Sunday - didn't seem worth bothering until around Thursday!!
Looked at my watch this morning and it said 9.15
Thought holy feck batman you're late for work

Needless to say I hadn't set that particular watch back and I was on time for work

6 minutes on the train

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Fewer going to do it twice a year?

Could really confuse some TV viewers.
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BR wrote:Fewer going to do it twice a year?

Could really confuse some TV viewers.
Could have advantages in border areas, quick dash up the road at last orders time for another hour.
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BR wrote:Fewer going to do it twice a year?

Could really confuse some TV viewers.
Could have advantages in border areas, quick dash up the road at last orders time for another hour.
Aye, cause border area bars are renowned sticklers for time keeping!
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BR wrote:Fewer going to do it twice a year?

Could really confuse some TV viewers.
will it really be fewer doing it or just the same number doing it differently?
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pwrmoore wrote:
BR wrote:Fewer going to do it twice a year?

Could really confuse some TV viewers.
will it really be fewer doing it or just the same number doing it differently?
AFAIK is the proposal to stop doing it altogether throughiut the EU.


i.e. a member state will choose a time zone and stick to it permanently.
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