Sunday 27 March 2022 11:59 AM UTC
LONDON March 27: The clocks went forward one hour to British Summer Time (BST) today at 1am. This means that the British Summer Time (BST) officially started at 1am on Sunday March 27.
Residents in UK moved the clocks dials forward an hour to 2am – marking an end to Daylight Savings Time.
The clocks change on the last Sunday of March, moving forward by one hour. There may still be a chill in the air but this marks the beginning of British Summer Time (BST).
Unfortunately, the spring forward means that we lose an hour in bed. An easy way to remember which way the clocks change is to think ‘Spring forward’ and ‘fall back’.
The decision to change the clocks on a Saturday night/Sunday morning was made because it would be the least disruptive option for schools and businesses.
To maximise the benefit of having extra daylight, it matches the warmest and longest days of the year.
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