I have no comment.
I have no comments.
Are both correct? If so, is there any difference in meaning between the two sentences?
Thanks in advance.
A shade of difference:
Did you exceed the speed limit
I have no comment [to make] I do not intend to say anything about this - often said by people being pursued by pressmen on the street.
What are your views on this essay? Is there anything to say about it?
I have no comments [on it/to make] There is nothing that I want to criticise or correct.
It appears to me that 'No comments' is more commonly used.
1. If an accused is asked about his crime, does he say "No comment' or 'No comments'?
2. If a politician is asked whether his party will win the general elections, should he say 'No comment' or 'No comments"?
In both sentences, I believe that it should be 'No comments'. Am I correct?
No - in both cases they would say "No comment". [I am not going to say anything about this matter]
I've got it.
Many thanks, Anglika.