The European Union is set to abandon daylight saving time in 2021. Here’s why transportation officials have a final say on making it happen. Starting in 2021, the European Union will say goodbye to daylight saving time. After years of discussion, members of the European Parliament voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to abolish the practice of turning the clocks forward and back by one hour each spring and autumn. While this is a significant pronouncement for a parliament that doesn’t get much ...
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