UTC+00:30 ~ 7.5 degrees E – all year
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UTC+00:30 is an identifier for a time offset from UTC of +00:30.
UTC+00:30 was used in the British royal household, and is known as Sandringham time. It was stopped in 1936.
It was also used in Switzerland (Bernese Time) until the adoption of Central European Time in 1894.