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#Network Time

# network-time - Friday 9 February, 2018

EU 'still waiting' on UK to give specific solutions to Irish border issue

EU negotiator Michel Barnier said border checks would be “unavoidable” if the UK left the single market and the customs union.

# network-time - Tuesday 13 July, 2010

USERS AFFECTED by the O2 Ireland timekeeping glitch earlier – where phones which take their date and time from the network’s settings – are advised to reboot their phones to restore the correct time. Phones had earlier begun showing the time 45 minutes late.

YOU MAY HAVE ARRIVED to work 45 minutes late this morning if you’re an O2 customer. The operator’s network time is running 45 minutes late – so if your phone asks the network for the time (as iPhones do), it’ll say 8:15am when it’s actually 9am. Get to work. Meanwhile, want to visit our Budget 2012 calculator?

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