Obviously not true. Items which are withdrawn are often then accepted for further readings or votes, which shows the notion that 'withdrawing' = 'termination' is wrong. Withdrawing is a temporary removal from consideration and is not an end in any way, shape or form.(Original post by Life_peer)
Except the GD isn't explicit in that case, smarty pants. Moreover, he had to invent a fitting definition in order to justify his decision.
How the **** is withdrawal not considered an end of the MoNC? The MoNC has been withdrawn, terminated, it has ended according to his own statement. I implore you to throw away your partisan bias and think about it without trying to achieve your goal.
In what sense is the GD explicit supporting your interpretation?
From GCSE to A level, it's all changing