It's as broad as it's long - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
it's as broad as it's long
it's as broad as it is long
These two things or options are essentially the same or have no significant difference between them. Primarily heard in UK. A: "We can either file the return now, or wait until September." B: "It's as broad as it is long, seeing as we're not being charged this year." A: "Do you prefer the white or the red car." B: It's as broad as it's long. I'll only have it for a day."
it's as broad as it's long there's no significant difference between two possible alternatives. informal
it’s as ˌbroad as it’s ˈlong (old-fashioned, British English, spoken) there is no real difference between two possible alternatives: ‘Shall we go today or tomorrow?’ ‘It’s as broad as it’s long, isn’t it? You choose.’