daylight savings

Clocks go back every year on the last Sunday of October. Here are HuffPost UK’s suggestions for what you can do with that extra hour this weekend.
11. Having trust issues with your phone about whether it will remember to change.  6. Being baffled about what this means
And no, for the last time, you don't have to change the time on your iPhone.
Crunchy leaves, warming comfort food and breaking out the chunky sweaters are great but our favourite part of autumn is without
To give us lighter evenings and a glimmer of hope that summer is on the way, the clocks will be going forward on Sunday 26
Do you know why we turn the clocks backwards and forwards every year? We all thought it was something to do with farmers