Vince Cable hints that sun has not yet set on Daylight Saving Bill

James Murray

Business Secretary says he will sit down and look at how bill could be revived

Plans to trial changes to the UK's daylight hours that could save an estimated 500,000 tonnes of carbon a year could be revived, after Business Secretary Vince Cable said he was "disappointed" the Daylight...

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