Brexit campaigners will argue that David Cameron has already tried to negotiate new terms of membership but secured, in the words of Ms Hoey, "diddly-squat
FORMULA ONE LEWIS HAMILTON says he learned "diddly-squat
" from Friday's rain-hit practice in Suzuka.
IL, nothing, zip, zilch, zero, nought, love, diddly-squat
What the parentals were discussing had diddly-squat
to do with organs of the tune-playing variety.
Whether this makes diddly-squat
difference to the people of, say, Lodge Lane I don't know.
"But we've got nil, nowt, diddly-squat
. It was a good performance but it doesn't mean anything.
. To get no reward after playing so well at Old Trafford could do some damage to us."
Its role is still the same as before: pretty much diddly-squat
According to Mr McComb, when extremes of weather come there is "diddly-squat
you can do about it".
Anyone who joined up between 1989 and 1991 receives diddly-squat
But so far we have received diddly-squat
from Mrs May, while our health service is in crisis, one in four Northern Ireland children is living in poverty and the internet is so slow you might as well attach a USB stick to the leg of a pigeon.
Ms Hoey was unimpressed by the Prime Minister's negotiation of new EU membership terms, saying he "asked for diddly-squat
and got even less".
"I knew absolutely diddly-squat
about the era, because it was not something that we did at school.
Remember how Owen's close friend and SFX stablemate Alan Shearer was lauded as a true Geordie hero for turning his back on England at the age of 29, so he could fulfil his destiny of winning diddly-squat
at St James' Park?
That's the whole point about extremes of weather: there's diddly-squat
you can do about it.