Whether or not that support will be forthcoming in the numbers expected is a moot point following revelations about the parlous state of Britain's armed forces.
Whether such a system can remain in place in the increasingly competitive world of global car making remains a moot point.
After the mid-16th century Reformation, when religious guilds were dissolved, it was used as a market cross and as a moot hall.
But whether the industry can absorb all the qualified architects is a moot point.
To what extent we are acculturated to human sound even before birth, given that the inner ear is formed so early in gestation, is a moot point.
Thanks do not go out to my alarm clocks, which failed to work this morning resulting in my awakening in absolute panic at 2 pm, with only one third of the moot prepared.
The question of whether slavery preceded racism or vice versa thus appears - if not exactly moot , then at least largely irrelevant.
It was months later when the Court produced its reasoning, and given the defendants had already been executed, it seemed a moot point.
Still, it's a moot point and one that lawyers will enjoy debating if they're given the chance.
How great a comedian he was remains a moot point, inevitably subjective, and increasingly difficult to separate from the mythology.