from the floor






from the floor

(of a speech or question) delivered by an individual member at a meeting or assembly, rather than by a representative on the platform


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cross the floor

join the opposing side in Parliament – British

The floor of the House of Commons is the open space separating members of the Government and Opposition parties who sit on benchesfacing each other across it.




take the floor

begin to dance on a dance floor

speak in a debate or assembly




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