by Create A Test Team
The end of October is creeping up, and as with every year since 1916 the clocks will change. In the UK (along with the most of the European Union) clocks go back one hour on the last Sunday in October and forward by one hour on the last Sunday in March.
This year clocks will go back one hour at 2am on Sunday 31st October in a return to Greenwich Mean Time.
It is also usually about this time of year that the argument about clocks changing resurfaces: should they or shouldn’t they?
But why do the clocks change? Can we use maths to help explain the benefits and drawbacks of a clock change?
In 1907 a campaign began by an Englishman, William Willett, to chan...
Daylight Saving Time, Greenwich Mean Time, Willaim Willet, Clocks Change, October