British politicians criticize decision to Big Ben four years not to read
The British prime minister, Theresa May and other politicians in the country are against the intention of the London Big Ben over the next four years not to let it to usher in due to repair work.
May left Wednesday her displeasure about the plan with the Big Ben. “That can’t be true,” said the premier. Minister David Davis, is responsible for the Brexit, calling it “insane” that Big Ben up to 2021 should be silent.
The house of Commons (House of Commons) to investigate whether the need is Big Ben to 2021 silence, says the BBC.
Earlier this week it was announced that the Big Ben starting Monday, for four years no more is heard. There are only exceptions made for major events such as the old and the new.
Reason for the decision is a large-scale renovation of the Elizabeth tower in which to 13.7 ton bell hangs, which is popularly known as Big Ben is called. The safety of the workers in the tower must be guaranteed.
The world-famous clock strikes for almost 157 years without interruption. Only in 2007, and between 1983 and 1985, beat the clock, not due to renovations.
Big Ben in London four years long silence