In the UK, clocks are set back one hour at the end of October, seven to eight weeks before the winter solstice. However, they do not progress seven or eight weeks after the mid-February winter solstice. Instead, we wait another six weeks, until the end of March. The amount of daylight in mid-February (around 10 hours) is similar to that in late October. Why are we waiting so long?
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