English version

not take/pay a blind bit of notice

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnot take/pay a blind bit of noticenot take/pay a blind bit of noticeBritish English informal to completely ignore what someone does or says, especially in a way that is annoying He never pays a blind bit of notice to what his staff tell him. blind
Examples from the Corpus
not take/pay a blind bit of noticeFor six years, the Government have not taken a blind bit of notice of the Audit Commission's report.
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