Daylight Savings Time ends in the UK andon October 26.
Every year the clocks go forward in the early hours of the last Sunday in March and backward on the last Sunday in October.
In the UK, Daylight Saving Time ends on the last Sunday in October. The clocks move back one hour in October.
It still does in the UK.
No. Daylight savings time started in the UK in 1908. Britain was the first Nation to adopt this daylight saving time.
On the 29th of March in the UK.
10am, without daylight saving.
In the UK, Sunday, 28th October 2012
British Summer Time (Daylight saving) in the UK starts on the last Sunday in March, and ends on the last Sunday in October.
Daylight Savings Time begins the last Sunday morning of March in Europe and the UK. It ends the last Sunday morning of October.
Florida has 2 time zones Central and Eastern. Florida Central Time: Daylight Saving Time: 5 Hours behind the UK Standard Time: 6 hours behind the UK Florida Eastern Time: Daylight Saving Time: 4 hours behind the UK Standard Time: 5 hours behind the UK
It would be 4 or 3 o'clock depending on whether or not it is daylight saving time. It would be 4 o'clock currently as daylight saving time is observed until the 1st of November.
Begins on March 29th and end on Oct 25th 2009
Noon or 1300 depending on whether it's daylight saving time or not.
UTC/GMT + 1 hour. (Offset 1 hour+ for daylight saving time)
The normal UK timezone is UTC+0. When they use daylight saving time, then it is UTC+1.
10 hours in daylight saving time and 11 hours otherwise.
British Summer Time (UTC+1) is five hours ahead of Eastern Daylight Saving Time (UTC-4) and six hours ahead of Central Daylight Saving Time (UTC-5).
Eastern time is 4 hours behind UK time during Daylight Saving Time. Eastern time is 5 hours behind UK time during Standard Time.... :).
They are one our ahead of GMT (or UTC). They observe daylight saving at the same date as the UK.
Subtract 7 hours during standard time or subtract 8 hours when the UK is in "Summer Time". So the answer is 1100 in when the UK is in Standard Time and 1000 when the UK is in "Summer Time." NOTE... The Navajo nation in Arizona does observe "Daylight Saving Time" so it would be 1100 there nearly all year long except for the week or two difference from when Europe goes into and out of Summer Time and the US goes into and out of "Daylight Saving Time"
Always GMT minus 4 hours. For daylight saving, Winter: UK time minus 4 hours. Summer: UK time minus 5 hours
According to the source listed below, Daylight Saving Time will begin on March 27, 2011.
Sunday the 27th of March at 2am. It is always the last Sunday in March and is always at 2am
It ranges from 2.5 hours between Newfoundland Daylight Saving Time and Greenwich Mean Time (during half of March and one week in the fall) to 8 hours between Pacific Standard Time and Greenwich Mean Time (or between Pacific Daylight Saving Time and British Summer Time).