UK time is going back an hour tonight at 2am, here is why it changes twice a year

On Sunday (October 30th) morning at 2am, the UK’s time will go back one hour from British Summer Time (BST) to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) – meaning we get to enjoy 1 extra hour of sleep.


If you wake up around 6.30-7am so that at 2am you would have about 4-5 hours left of sleep, then the time change will give you 5-6 hours.

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