'Time for change' call as clocks alter in UK

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Many people across the UK are due to enjoy an extra hour in bed as the clocks go back an hour to mark the end of British Summer Time.

The change back to GMT will mean darker evenings, which will remain until the clocks are put forward again on 27 March.

Debate has raged for years over whether Britain should keep BST all year but several campaigns by MPs have failed. Joe Lynam reports.

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