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London Eye goes into reverse to mark end of BST

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London Eye goes into reverse to mark end of BST

London Eye goes into reverse to mark end of BST

The London Eye has rotated backwards for the first time in its history to mark the end of daylight saving time, which sees Britain's clocks move back an hour on Sunday October 27.

This see clocks revert back to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) during the winter months with the next switch due in March 2020.

The Eye went into reverse for an hour on Friday morning as commuters rushed past seemingly unaware.


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