GMT versus UTC in GB
Markus.Kuhn at cl.cam.ac.uk
Tue May 18 09:34:25 UTC 2004
"Clive D.W. Feather" wrote on 2004-05-18 07:05 UTC:
> Time in the UK is defined, in statute, as Mean Time at Greenwich. An
> attempt to alter this to UTC *was rejected* by Parliament.
Was it actually rejected by vote, or was it just forgotten about
because of the (to most parlamentarians) obscure nature of the topic?
I know about the transcript of the second reading of Lord Tanlaw's proposal on
but was there any further voting on it?
Markus Kuhn, Computer Lab, Univ of Cambridge, GB
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