Out of order! keep to the point, please .
Don't wander from the subject: stick to the point, ie Don't digress.
You are wandering off the point again, do please try to keep to the subject.
Don't diverge to another topic.
Please stick to the point, what you're saying is irrelevant.
We haven't much time, please speak to the subject.
He needs no longer weigh reasons for and against his emigration.
Don't let your mind wander from the main point as issue.
Please confine your remarks to the subject we are debating .
I digress. My tale does not primarily concern itself with the hen.
Get you out of the way, turn aside out of the path, cause the Holy One of Israel to cease from before us.
Just stay still. All that stuff will be negotiated, everything will be straightened out' before we leave."
He can't tell a story without getting off the track.
I'll be home as soon as I can, but there's a small problem I'd like to get shot of before I leave the office.
I'm sorry my lecture has been going off-the-track.
People should speak briefly and to the point.
If you alienate yourself from the masses and fail to solve their problems, the peasants will wield their carrying-poles, the workers will demonstrate in the streets and the students will create disturbances.
Don't stand too close to the subject.