not go any further

not go any further

To not be shared with anyone else, as of a secret. Don't worry, your secret's safe with me—it will not go any further.
See also: any, further, not
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You need not go any further than 4WD Supa Centre to find a store that meets these criteria.
But Ms Evans insisted the plans would be subject to planning permission, and could not go any further without the green light from planners.
So if you come across a website that looks suspicious, especially if it's as a result of an email asking you to click a link to that site, then you should not go any further.
However, she said she treated them with care and kindness and did not go any further.
The European Court of Human rights found that although Article 8 was engaged, his rights had not been violated due to the fact, amongst a lengthy list of reasons, that the employer had a clear policy in place preventing computer use for personal reasons and the access did not go any further than to establish whether the messages were for solely work related use; as well as the fact that the dismissal was not due to the content of the messages.
It reads: "The letter "Doud" will not save you, do not go any further.
I ran to the fire exit and managed to reach the third floor, but could not go any further as I developed breathing problems," said a tenant.
The police cuts are madness and should not go any further.
This defeat felt "different" but he would not go any further.
They occasionally grab a bit of territory that isn't covered by a NATO guarantee (Abkhazia, South Ossetia, Transnistria, Crimea, Luhansk, Donestk), but they dare not go any further.
We have been advised that his complaint under the Standards procedure will not go any further following independent consideration.
So everybody has to stand up together, and without this the country will not go any further.
Certainly McLaren could not go any further backwards after a wretched 2013 in which the team failed to record a podium finish for the first time in 33 years.
However, the reform of commercial policy will not go any further than this for now: signatories will not give up the principle of yield management, which sets prices in relation to supply and demand.