When the clocks go forward for daylight saving time Animal Activists have protested this is a cut too far. Not only will we lose an hour in the morning we also lose an hour of darkeness in the evening. All animals and wild creatures will suffer deprivation as they are not equipped to adjust to the new timetables.
A spokesman from Greenwich complained that messing about with time like this can have serious consequeces especially with the time wasted in altering all the clocks. They also warn that the government may next think of moving the meridian to put Britain a further 15 degrees east to balance the sunrise by one hour.
The astronomical implications are astranomical says one astronomer.
In response a Tory spokesman said it was all down to the previous government who left us all with this legacy of spending out on days of the week. He added that his new government were also considering cutting a day off the week to save money, probably Sunday, as most people are less productive on that day.
A wealthy atheist said "it's about time."