Europe should consider ending daylight-savings time because of the potential health benefits the change would have for residents, the European Parliament said in a prepared statement after MEPs approved a resolution on February 8 that requested a "thorough review" by the EU’s regulatory arm of the current time arrangements.
The goal of the resolution that was approved in Strasbourg, was to make the EU executive consider going back to a unified time regime, even after an end to daylight savings ...

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