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What's that got to do with the price of cheese?

A rhetorical question calling attention to a non-sequitur or irrelevant statement or suggestion made by another person. Primarily heard in UK. Yes, I agree that health care is an important issue, but what's that got to do with the price of cheese? We're discussing tax incentives for local businesses—not exactly a related topic!
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The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), clinched in the US city of Atlanta after days of marathon talks, could influence everything from the price of cheese to the cost of cancer treatments.
Moreover, although the milk, which represents 50% of the price of cheese, is not sufficiently rich in proteins, a more significant quantity of lactoserum, with no added value, still remains, at the expense of the cheese factory.
The supermarket was one of nine firms that the watchdog judged to have colluded to rig the price of cheese and milk in 2002 and 2003.
In the winter, the price of cheese increases due to a lack of water and grass for grazing.
Gemini May 22-Jun 21 YOU can't be the all-seeing eye all of the time, it's impossible for you to sort everyone's stuff out and to know how they are feeling, what they should do and how it's going to affect the price of cheese.
You can't be the all seeing eye all of the time, it's impossible for you to sort everyone's stuff out and to know how they are feeling, what they should do and how it's going to affect the price of cheese.
a New York-area grocery store operator, has accused Dairy Farmers of America of conspiring to fix the price of cheese, raw milk and milk products in a lawsuit filed in Chicago federal court.
The price of cheese, white bread and cocoa also went down at stores in the capital city.
AS IS THE CASE WITH MOST ITEMS IN THE GROCERY STORE, the tough economy has driven up the price of cheese.
THE price of cheese is at a three-year high - and set to rise even more.
But if the price of cheese and other items continues to rise, Domino's will have to boost its prices, she said.
Since the news, the price of cheese has fallen 47 cents per pound.
An exclusive Harris Interactive study for The Grocer shows 52% of consumers believe the price of cheese has gone up over the past year, with 48% believing butters and spreads have become more expensive and 43% thinking milk has become dearer.
As part of the investigation, the Office of Fair Trading was forced to apologise to Morrisons and pay pounds 100,000 in damages for claiming the firm fixed the price of cheese and butter.
The price of cheese has soared recently and the firm has decided instead to focus on producing cheese in bulk rather than in smaller, individually-packaged units.