The 27 remaining EU Member States must choose in 2019 between either living on ‘permanent summer’ or ‘permanent winter’ time. Britain - under the terms of the Withdrawal ‘deal’ - is required to follow the directive. Parliament in the UK has been reasoning against this change.
We assume a ‘no-deal’ Brexit means no requirement for the UK to change from seasonal clock settings. This would, however, only add to the issues for travellers across the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland - at least for 6 months of every year.Read More