Guernsey nightclubs licences given for clock change

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The owners of Guernsey's three nightclubs have paid £120 each to allow them to stay open on Sunday morning when the clocks change.

Last year all three were closed down by the police when the clocks changed to British Summer Time as their licences ended at 01:45.

Phil Midgley, from Fusion Nightclub, said they got permission to open later to stop a repeat of the police raids.

The extensions were granted by the island's courts and parish officials.

The British standard is for clocks to go forward one hour at 01:00 on the last Sunday in March and back one hour at 02:00 on the last Sunday in October.

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