Ireland and Britain consider the idea of joining European Central Time (CET)
tt at smartcomsoftware.com
Fri Oct 23 08:16:21 UTC 2009
I don't think there is any real consideration of this in Britain (I don't
know about Ireland).
There are the usual news filler stories with the clocks changing this
weekend, but nothing suggesting any likelihood of change.
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From: news [mailto:news at ger.gmane.org] On Behalf Of Alexander Krivenyshev
Sent: 23 October 2009 02:57
To: tz at lecserver.nci.nih.gov
Subject: Ireland and Britain consider the idea of joining European Central
Ireland and Britain consider the idea of joining European Central Time
(CET=MEZ) after additional research.
Ryan backs research into Ireland joining European central time
"... Mr Ryan (Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources) was
responding to calls from supermarket tycoon- turned senator Fergal Quinn,
who claims his campaign for a permanent switch to European time has support
among both Irish and British parliamentarians ... "
Alexander Krivenyshev (World Time Zone)
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