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Do the clocks go back or forward this weekend and at what time?

2 monthes ago   |   By Metro

It can be hard changing all your clocks - especially if you have this many
Due to the coronavirus outbreak, it seems the whole world is in lockdown, but nature is sticking to its usual schedule.
With more time spent at home, you might have noticed the evenings gradually becoming lighter as springtime arrives, which also means it's time to change the clocks by an hour, signalling the start of British Summer Time.
Although it happens every year, some people still forget that the clocks change in the spring and autumn, so this is how it works.
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