Poland could become the first and only country in the European Union to abolish daylight savings time changes. The parliament has unanimously passed a bill that would stop the clocks from turning forwards in the summer and back in the winter.

The draft legislation is now up for a second reading.

“The time changes can lead to imbalances in the body-clock, leading to mood swings, trouble with sleeping, and an increased risk of heart attacks and road accidents” said Bronislaw Karasek, from Po...


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