Why was daylight savings time moved from April to March and the ending moved from Oct to Nov
Ways of telling time and the concept of time itself vary across cultures of the world. In the Olympic Games, 1/100th of a second difference means Silver instead of Gold. In some places, "I'll see you tomorrow" means "sometime in the next three days." So, what is still so important about Daylight Saving Time and its reversal each fall? And why keep changing it? read more
Where are you? It's always been the end of March and October in the UK.
My understanding is that it was supposed to help save energy by taking maximum advantage of shifting the longer daylight hours into the early evening.
I guess they felt it would be in the best interest of the people.
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