I'm for it. The change is a pain in the arse twice a year and seemingly for little gain. In Ireland we don't benefit much during the summer because the days are already very long, and during the winter there are less than eight hours anyway. The main argument I've heard to keep the status quo is that schoolkids will have to go to school in the dark... Which is often already the case.
But if it's making summer time permanent (i.e. +1), does that mean that the sun will never be due south at noon?