Do not forget to change your clock back one hour!
This weekend we will have one extra hour to sleep; or to party… up to you!
The time change was first introduced during the First World War, but it did not begin to generalize until 1974, when the first oil crisis forced some countries to move their clocks to make better use of sunlight and thus, consume less electricity for lighting. At present, the time change applied follows the 1996 regulation, agreed at EU-wide: clock forward one hour the last Sunday of March, and back the last Sunday of October.
For this reason, this weekend, on the night of Saturday to Sunday, when the clock strikes 3 am, must be redelayed until 2 o’clock again.
Who said that one day may not have 25 hours?