The Royal Society for Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) has issued a warning relating to the increase in accidents caused by the clock going back.On the 28 October at 01.00am, British time will be set back an hour to Greenwich Mean Time.This makes for lighter mornings but also means that the daylight goes earlier in the evening. RoSPA claims that up to 450 deaths and serious injuries would be prevented each year if we remained one hour ahead of GMT (the time zone currently used in summer) in the winter, and then moved the clocks forward another hour in the summertime. Lack of visibility and poor conditions caused by the darker winter evenings are the main cause of this surge in accidents, says RoSPA. This puts everyone more at risk, especially vulnerable road users such as children and the elderly.RoSPA says that more accidents happen in the longer evening rush-hour than in the mornings, so having lighter evenings makes more sense than lighter mornings.If the safer road conditions aren't incentive enough, RoSPA also reckons we'd also see a drop in obesity as people are more likely to exercise in the daylight, the leisure and tourism industry would profit and there would be savings in energy and fuel costs.We're all for safer roads and lighter evenings, but we're also easily confused. Does anyone have the time?