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The site contradicts you because it contradicts itself. Note that the bold text in the second section contradicts the statement in the first section which is what you quoted in the first place. BTW, if you really want to be anal about this the quote is wrong as UK time is UTC + 0 when not in daylight savings and UTC + 1 when in daylight savings. The fact that UTC is always within 0.9 seconds of GMT is irrelevent, GMT isnt a real timezone anymore. Here is an overview


What time zone is United Kingdom (UK) in?

United Kingdom (UK) is in the Western European Time Zone.  Western European Standard Time (WET) is Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).  

Does United Kingdom (UK) observe Daylight Saving / Summer Time?

Like most states in Europe, Summer (Daylight-Saving) Time is observed in United Kingdom (UK), where the time is shifted forward by 1 hour;  1 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT+1).  

After the Summer months the time in United Kingdom (UK) is shifted back by 1 hour to Western European Time (WET) or (GMT)

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In reply to Re^5: PerlMonks issue with Portugal timezone? by demerphq
in thread PerlMonks issue with Portugal timezone? by ambs

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