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Comment #322661 by Gerard Murphy

Gerard Murphy Mar 26th 2012, 9:25 AM #

Basically, he is saying we will have to follow Britains lead.
Can you imagine the trouble if they changed and we didn’t?

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No plans to change daylight saving time system, says Shatter

No plans to change daylight saving time system, says Shatter

However, if the UK move forward with it, the Government will review the issue.

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    Favourite Robert Conneely
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    Mar 26th 2012, 9:46 AM

    Not really, we’re too far west for it. Winter would be crap. Scotland are against it and I’d say NIreland would be too.
    It doesn’t cause any trouble between us and mainland Europe so why should we worry if the UK do it.
    Given the longitude of France and Spain it would make more sense for them to go to GMT, but their southern latitude lets them get away with it.

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    Favourite Robbie Woodcock
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    Mar 26th 2012, 9:59 AM

    Imagine me from Dundalk driving to Newry and being in a different time zone it would be pretty bizzare.

    I do think 1 european timezone would be good and actually makes sense.

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