It’s your vote

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More than 60 per cent of Britons are opposed to turning the clocks back, with almost half saying they feel “more depressed” in the winter months, according to a survey.

A third of people (33 per cent) believe clocks should not go back at all, while 29 per cent think the UK should adopt Central European Time, which gives two additional hours of daylight in the evening, the poll found.

Today we ask: Should we turn back the clocks in autumn?