The EU look set to be scrapping DST (Daylight Saving Time) after 4.6m people who took part in a Europe wide consultation voted for the clock change.
If the changes go through it will mean the UK could have different time zones within it, and Ireland will see big changes to its time zones.
European commission President Jean Claud Junker has vowed to give what the citizens voted for.
It will take time though, from the bill to be passed to agreement with every single member of the EU.
Once in operation it is anyones guess as to what it means for the UK, London could be 1 hour behind Manchester or the other way, the confusing issue will be with Ireland.
This year the time goes back as normal on October 28th at 1am.