Daylight saving could be coming to an end.
The annual clock changes in spring and autumn could be replaced by a fixed time all year round, if EU plans become reality next year.
Each member state have to decide between staying in fixed summer time or switching to an eternal winter time come October 2019.
Even though the UK is leaving the EU, it will be directly affected.
Although the Channel Islands is not part of the EU, we want to know what you think would be best for the islands?
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MOT style testing could be brought in for vehicles in Jersey from March next year, due to Brexit.Read the full story ›
The survey has been asking businesses on the island for their thoughts on Brexit. It is due to close at midnight on Monday 24th September.Read the full story ›
Companies from across the Bailiwick are being asked what their training and employment practices are to see if Brexit will have an impact.Read the full story ›
The migration plan included time-limited work permits, criminal record checks and photo-ID registration cards for all migrants.Read the full story ›
Guernsey hosted a summit with Jersey and Ille et Villaine region in Brittany today to discuss transport, tourism and educational programmes.Read the full story ›
EU citizens and their families will be able to stay in Guernsey after Brexit, the States have announced.Read the full story ›
Changes that Jersey will need to make as a result of Brexit have been outlined in a new draft law.Read the full story ›
Guernsey's most senior legal official says the UK government has not provided the clarity expected on Brexit.Read the full story ›
A new system designed to streamline Guernsey's immigration and population management system has been branded 'a debacle' by a hotelier.Read the full story ›